Sunil Unny Guptan
Title Mentoring: a Practitioner's Guide
Book Condition New
Edition First Edition
Publisher New Delhi, India Response Books 2006
0761935282 / 9780761935285
Seller ID 028706
Mentors are people who make a significant difference to the lives of others, lifting them out of being ordinary and leading them to an almost magical transformation. This book is a comprehensive guide to the intricate world of mentoring in organizational settings. Based on the author’s pioneering research and wide-ranging practice, this book unravels the entire mentoring process, from building the mentor-mentee relationship to the precautions that need to be taken and the ways in which organizational goals can be attained. He also discusses: – The skills of a good mentor – How the mentor’s mind works, and the values and attitudes she/he must have – The mentor’s code of ethics – How to handle tricky situations relating to power, authority, and gender issues – How to set up a successful mentoring scheme in an organization Enriched with actual cases and the experiences of people undergoing mentoring, this book is a powerful tool for understanding and practice.Printed Pages: 220.