Mentoring and the Professional Development of Business Students

@article{Schlee2000MentoringAT,
  title={Mentoring and the Professional Development of Business Students},
  author={Regina P. Schlee},
  journal={Journal of Management Education},
  year={2000},
  volume={24},
  pages={322 - 337}
}
This article has two objectives: to describe how business schools have implemented mentoring programs and to provide some insights on the success of such programs. A national sample of 154 universities and colleges was surveyed by phone to determine the proportion of business schools with mentoring programs and the structure of these programs. To obtain a better understanding of the interpersonal dynamics between mentors and mentees, in-depth interviews with 15 mentoring program administrators… 

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