October 2015
Training & Development (1839-8561);Oct2015, Vol. 42 Issue 5, p6
The article focuses on the concepts and models of mentoring for professional development. Topics discussed include the common elements of mentoring, its models such as traditional, reverse, peer and networked, the performance review of mentoring programs, and the effectiveness of mentoring relationships.


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