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This is a selection of short articles from our library. Please contact us for more in-depth material.
A short description of mentoring and comparison with coaching.
The business case for mentoring
Many organisations and individuals today know that the business and economic benefits of a well-structured mentoring program can be significant. They understand that mentoring delivers way beyond a “feel good” factor. This article explores the sound economic reasons to embark on a mentoring program.
Global coaching and mentoring trends
Prof David Clutterbuck addressed our clients at event in Sydney on 21 March 2012. To view a video of the presentation go to this page.
Mentoring and retention
Mentoring can increase the chances people will stay – by at least a third on average and in exceptional cases by over 1000 percent.
Examines what constitutes good practice in mentoring for diversity.
A newly emerging trend in mentoring, ethical mentoring involves a confidential relationship, usually between peers, aimed at helping the mentee to resolve specific ethical dilemmas and to mutually develop the ability to recognise and work through ethical issues.
Reverse mentoring turns the seniority hierarchy on its head. Find out why and how.
Choosing a Mentor
Some tips on how to select someone for a mentoring relationship - what to look for and what to avoid.
Mentoring - what's in it for me?
Outlines the most common benefits expereinced by mentees, mentors and line managers.
Creating a coaching and mentoring culture
Would you know this kind of culture if you came across it? And how do you create this environment in an organisation?
Talent spotting gets it wrong most of the time
Australian Financial Review interview with Prof David Clutterbuck following his address to our clients in Sydney in March 2012.
Making job share work
2009 research conducted by Horizons Unlimited into success secrets of job sharers.
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