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Everyone Needs A Mentor



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Author: David Clutterbuck

Publisher: Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development

Publish Date: 27 Jan 2014

ISBN-13: 9781843983668

Pages: 304

File Type: PDF

Language: English

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Preface

Mentoring is the most cost-efficient and sustainable method of fostering and developing talent within your organization. It can be used to stretch talented individuals, power diversity programmes and ensure that knowledge and experience is successfully handed down. As such, the benefits of a mentoring programme are numerous: the mentee receives a helping hand to identify and achieve goals, and the mentor gets the satisfaction of helping others to develop. Organizations offering mentorship gain from improved employee performance and talent retention. Everyone Needs a Mentor explains what mentoring is, what various models there are and how these differ from coaching. It shows you how to make a business case for mentoring and then how to set up, run and maintain your own programme.

This fully revised 5th edition of Everyone Needs a Mentor has been revised and updated to include a wealth of international case studies alongside developments in the field such as multinational mentoring, maternity mentoring and the impact of social media on mentoring.
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About the Author

David Clutterbuck is the author of more than fifty books and regarded as a leading global authority on coaching and mentoring. Visiting professor at Oxford Brookes and Sheffield Hallam Universities in the UK, he works across the world stimulating top teams to become role models for learning and to examine how they can raise their collective performance, and brings a wealth of practical experience and leading edge research to developing leaders at the top.
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Table of Contents

Chapter – 01: The What and Why of Mentoring;Chapter – 02: Models and Methods of Mentoring;Chapter – 03: How Formal should the Mentoring Programme Be?;Chapter – 04: Making the Case for Mentoring?;Chapter – 05: What makes an Effective Mentor, an Effective Mentee?;Chapter – 06: Matching Mentors and Mentees;Chapter – 07: Setting up the Mentoring Programme;Chapter – 08: Beginning the Mentoring Relationship;Chapter – 09: Measuring and Monitoring the Programme;Chapter – 10: Standards for Mentoring Programmes;Chapter – 11: Peer and Reverse Mentoring;Chapter – 12: Phases of the Mentoring Relationship;Chapter – 13: Problems of Mentoring Programmes and Relationships;Chapter – 14: Managing Multi-Country Mentoring Programmes;Chapter – 15: Mentoring for Graduates and High Potentials;Chapter – 16: Diversity Mentoring;Chapter – 17: Maternity Mentoring;Chapter – 18: Professional and Executive Mentoring;Chapter – 19: Virtual Mentoring;Chapter – 20: Cross-Organisational Mentoring;Chapter – 21: Final Issues;Chapter – 22: Appendix
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