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Power mentoring: how successful mentors and protégés get the most out of their relationships

Author: Ensher, Ellen A. Publisher: Jossey-Bass, 2005.Language: EnglishDescription: 355 p. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0787989525Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Includes bibliographical references and index


Power Mentoring How successful mentors and protégés get the most out of their relationships Contents 1 Introduction to Power Mentoring Who Are Our Power Mentors and Protégés? 3 The Changing Career Landscape 13 Overview of the Book 21 1 2 The Many Faces of Power Mentoring Classic Versus Contemporary Approaches 28 to Mentoring The Many Types of Power Mentoring 45 Conclusion 64 26 3 Mentoring as a Two-Way Street: Benefits of Giving and Receiving Give-and-Take in Power Mentoring Relationships 68 Road Map to This Chapter 70 Meet the Power Mentors and Protégés: 71 Stories of Give-and-Take Summary of Benefits for Protégés and Mentors 96 Conclusion 100 67 4 The Mind of the Mentor Mental Models: The Philosophies of Mentoring 105 The Mentor's Attraction to the Protégé 116 The Perfect Protégé 121 Tests and Challenges 125 Conclusion 136 102 5 The Protégé's Perspective: How to Get and Keep a Power Mentor Initiation and Attraction 140 138 VI CONTENTS Developing Trust in the Mentoring Relationship 142 Identifying a Power Mentor 152 Cultivating the Art of Impression Management 155 Developing a Goal-Oriented Attitude 157 Forming Connection Strategies 161 Conclusion 173 6 Unlocking the Secrets of Great Power Mentoring Relationships Building Blocks of Effective Relationships 177 Defining Moments 190 Deepening the Mentoring Relationship 196 Conclusion 208 175 7 Power Mentoring and You The Relationship Development Plan 210 Conclusion 253 209 8 Conclusion: What We Have Learned About Mentoring in Today's Work Environment Turning Everyday Mentoring into 256 Power Mentoring What We Know About Effective 256 Mentoring Relationships What We Are Still Learning About 260 Mentoring Relationships The Lessons of Power Mentoring for Formal 262 Mentoring Programs Getting a Formal Mentoring Program Off the Ground 268 Conclusion 271 255 Appendix A: The Interviewees Appendix B: Studying Power Mentoring Relationships Notes Acknowledgments The Authors Index 273 303 313 333 339 343

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