The Role of E-Mentoring in Protégés’ Learning and Satisfaction
Today’s professionals require a network of mentors to help them navigate complex organizational and individual challenges. Consistent with current trends, a growing number of these mentor…
Equal peer e-mentoring for online graduate students: a case study and mediation model
- PsychologyMentoring & Tutoring: Partnership in Learning
ABSTRACT Equal peer e-mentoring in digital learning is emerging to promote online students' psychosocial wellness and academic success. The study purposes were (1) to evaluate the effectiveness of…
Protégé career aspirations: The influence of formal e-mentor networks and family-based role models
Attributes of Pre-Service and Inservice Teacher Satisfaction with Online Collaborative Mentoring.
This study examines Hungarian pre-service and inservice teachers’ satisfaction (n=154) with the Mentored Innovation Model (MIM), an online collaborative mentoring model focused on technology…
The impact of frequency of contact on protégé mentoring outcomes: the moderating effects of protégé general self-efficacy and face-to-face interaction
- BusinessHuman Resource Development International
ABSTRACT As a Human Resource Development (HRD) intervention, mentoring assists individuals in their career development. However, it is still unknown if mentoring could enhance individuals’ early…
Organizational E-Mentoring and Learning: An Exploratory Study
- Education, PsychologyInf. Resour. Manag. J.
Analysis of data collected through an online survey of 59 individuals in two multinational organizations that had mentoring programs showed that career and role modeling support are statistically significant predictors of learning, and learning predicts organizational commitment as expected.
The Characteristics of Unsuccessful E-Mentoring Relationships for Youth With Disabilities
- PsychologyQualitative health research
This work compared the e-mentoring process of six “unsuccessful” pairs of mentors and mentored students who withdrew from an e-MENToring program with three exemplary “successful’ pairs who fully completed the program, and revealed different communication patterns in the two groups.
The Development of Mentoring Relationships: An Attachment Theory Perspective
- Business, Psychology
Abstract This chapter discusses how attachment theory, a theory that provides insight into the processes through which psychological and emotional bonds are developed in relationships, can be useful…
The impact of supervisory mentoring on personal learning and career outcomes: The dual moderating effect of self-efficacy
The Enabling Conditions Necessary for Effective Online Mentoring: A Proposed Model
- BusinessInternational Journal of Academic Research in Business and Social Sciences
A hypothesized model of the enabling conditions necessary for effective female online mentoring was developed and validated and confirmed that females who have a mentor perform at superior levels as they acquire cogitated power, advice and the privilege to use necessary resources and senior managers through their mentorship relationship.
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Perceptions of mentoring relationships.
Abstract The influence of mentor–protege relationship structure and experience factors on perceptions of mentoring were examined for a sample of mentors and also for a sample of proteges from the…
An Ecological Framework for Evaluating Relationship-Functional Aspects of Youth Mentoring
The present research examined what is necessary to make youth mentoring effective. Central to the discussion is mentee–mentor relationship quality in relation to program effectiveness. Data were…
An Investigation of the Moderating Effects of Gender on the Relationships between Mentorship Initiation and Protégé Perceptions of Mentoring Functions
Abstract Recent research has suggested that the more the mentor is involved in relationship initiation the greater the benefits that the protege may receive. No research, however, has examined the…
Does Mentoring Matter? A Multidisciplinary Meta-Analysis Comparing Mentored and Non-Mentored Individuals.
- Psychology, BusinessJournal of vocational behavior
The Role of Formal Mentoring on Business Success and Self-Esteem in Participants of a New Business Start-Up Program
The current study investigated the relationship between career-related mentoring, psychosocial mentoring, business success, and self-esteem in participants of a program that was designed to assist in…
Protégé and mentor self-disclosure: Levels and outcomes within formal mentoring dyads in a corporate context
- Psychology, Business
The Effects of Structural Attributes and Demographic Characteristics on Protege Satisfaction in Mentoring Programs
This study examined whether the structural attributes of a formal mentoring program and/or certain demographic characteristics of participants in the program influence protege satisfaction. Proteges,…
Mentoring Relationships and Programs for Youth
- PsychologyCurrent Directions in Psychological Science
Mentoring is one of the most popular social interventions in American society, with an estimated three million youth in formal one-to-one relationships. Studies have revealed significant associations…
Alternatives to traditional mentoring in fostering career success
- Business, Psychology