You Want Me To Do What?

Jones, Pamela R.; Kaye, Beverly; Taylor, Hugh R.
July 1981
Training & Development Journal;Jul81, Vol. 35 Issue 7, p56
Examines the roles of managers as career coaches for their subordinates. Dual responsibilities of managers; Traditional roles of human resource development departments; Critical competencies; Elements of mentorship programs.


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