Peer Mentoring at Work The Nature and Outcomes of Non-Hierarchical Developmental Relationships

@inproceedings{McDaugall1997PeerMA,
  title={Peer Mentoring at Work The Nature and Outcomes of Non-Hierarchical Developmental Relationships},
  author={Marilyn McDaugall and R. S. Beattie},
  year={1997}
}
  • Marilyn McDaugall, R. S. Beattie
  • Published 1997
  • Psychology
  • This article considers that peer relationships, which to date have received limited recognition, provide a valuable source of learning for managers and professionals. It contends that this type of learning relationship is particularly appropriate as a response to organizational and social transformation. It proposes the concept of `peer mentoring', which is based on the principle of mutual involvement for learning and development between two peers. Qualitative research is presented which… CONTINUE READING

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