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Everyone Needs A Mentor

Develop and retain talent within your organisation in the most cost-effective way possible with the latest edition of this popular guide.

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Imprint: CIPD - Kogan Page
EAN: 9781843983668
Edition: 5
Format: 246x190
224 pages

About the book

Mentoring is the most cost-efficient and sustainable method of fostering and developing talent within your organization. It can be used to stretch talented individuals, power diversity programmes and ensure that knowledge and experience is successfully handed down. As such, the benefits of a mentoring programme are numerous: the mentee receives a helping hand to identify and achieve goals, and the mentor gets the satisfaction of helping others to develop. Organizations offering mentorship gain from improved employee performance and talent retention. Everyone Needs a Mentor explains what mentoring is, what various models there are and how these differ from coaching. It shows you how to make a business case for mentoring and then how to set up, run and maintain your own programme.

This fully revised 5th edition of Everyone Needs a Mentor has been revised and updated to include a wealth of international case studies alongside developments in the field such as multinational mentoring, maternity mentoring and the impact of social media on mentoring.

About the authors

David Clutterbuck

David Clutterbuck is a co-founder and lifetime ambassador of the European Mentoring and Coaching Council and founder of Clutterbuck Associates. Visiting professor at two UK Universities, he is repeatedly among the top 25 HR thinkers in HR Magazine's annual survey, and is the author or co-author of over 50 books, including Mentoring in Action and Building and Sustaining a Coaching Culture, published by Kogan Page.

More about David Clutterbuck

David Clutterbuck's text is a must read for students interested in the management and support of people as well as practitioners wishing to develop and implement their own mentoring programmes. There is simply no better comprehensive guide!

Dr. Robert Perrett, Bradford University School of Management, UK