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Underlying assumptions of formal mentoring programs

Underlying assumptions of formal mentoring programs: Developing a Mentoring Program
Underlying assumptions of formal mentoring programs: Developing a Mentoring Program

Social exchange and reciprocity are the foundations for the best mentoring programs. Here, Ellen Ensher shows how the power mentoring (networks of various types of mentoring) can maximize program success, and make formal mentoring programs look and feel like informal relationships.

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Skill Level Intermediate
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