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Marginal mentoring: The effects of type of mentor, quality of relationship, and program design on work and career attitudes

BR Ragins, J Cotton, J Miller Academy of Management Journal 2000

Employing a national sample of 1,162 employees, the authors examined the relationship between job and career attitudes and the presence of a mentor, the mentor's type (formal or informal), the quality of the mentoring relationship, and the perceived effectiveness and design of a formal mentoring program. Satisfaction with a mentoring rela...

Cites in Google Scholar: 1806
What did you expect? An examination of career-related support and social support among mentors and prot \'e g \'e s

AM Young, PL Perrewe Journal of Management 2000

Perceptions of mentors and protégés were examined to understand how the mentoring exchange is perceived and how perceptions of the exchange influence feelings about the relationship. In particular, we suggest that there are specific behaviors related to career and social support exhibited throughout the mentoring process. It was hypothesi...

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Benefits of formal mentoring for female leaders

R Høigaard, P Mathisen International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2009

In this study we examined mentor function and communication in relation to potential benefits for female protégés. Data were collected from 36 female leaders (10 with a female mentor and 26 with a male mentor) enrolled in a formal mentor program. A self-reported questionnaire measuring mentoring function (e.g. coaching behavior and cou...

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How does mentoring a disadvantaged young person impact on the mentor?

T Evans International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2005

The resources used to run mentoring schemes are justified on the basis of the progress that is made by the mentee and while this must be the correct focus, it is important that the motivation and needs of the mentor are considered if programmes are to be successful. This study examines the impact on the mentor when working with a diver...

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Making meaning through mentoring: Mentors finding fulfilment at work through selfdetermination and self-reflection

P Kennett, T Lomas International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2015

Organisations are increasingly concerned with promoting employee engagement. Research from positive psychology suggests that one key driver of engagement is experiencing work as meaningful. Organisations are therefore keen to understand how meaningful work is created. The present study conjectured that becoming a mentor might be one e...

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Effects of the similarity between mentees and mentors on the evaluation of the ‘Mentoring for Migrants Program’

E Neuwirth, I Wahl International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2017

The Mentoring for Migrants Program aims to increase migrants’ chances in the Austrian labour market. Results of the online questionnaire (N=177) showed that the program was evaluated positively by the mentored migrants. No relation was found between objective similarity in the sociodemographic background of the mentees and mentors and the...

Cites in Google Scholar: 20
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Mentoring as a Pathway to Labour Market Integration: Evidence from a Belgian Programme

L Bagnoli, A Estache, M Fourati International Journal of Evidence Based Coaching and Mentori... 2022

In this paper, we provide evidence on mentoring as a way to ease the labour market integration of youth with a migration background. To do so, we designed a survey and collected information from mentees of a Belgian mentoring programme (DUO for a JOB). Our results show that the mentoring programme covers different topics. Some topics, ...

Cites in Google Scholar: 7
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