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    INTRODUCTION The goal of mentoring in military organizations is to help junior personnel reach their full potential by having senior personnel help develop them, and pass on their practical expertise and professional knowledge to personnel who are committed to advancement and success (United States, 1995). A thriving mentoring program will enhance our overall professionalism and help meet the future needs of our organization. In my current job, I am charged with implementing a mentoring program where officers

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    emotionally. Through mentoring, employees identify themselves as a vital part of the organization while creating a heightened level of ownership. Mentoring programs are of great value to any organization. In most cases, these programs are considered essential. By developing and implementing a mentoring program, the learning process for employees is accelerated. It is said that mentoring can “can accomplish things that training cannot” (Johnson). Though, developing a mentoring program is not an easy

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    Etymology Dictionary). Modern interpretations of mentoring pinpoint four distinct roles which mentors are expected to play: role modeling, sponsorship, coaching, and counseling the mentee. These many roles are played by the mentor so the mentee is able to accomplish personal and professional growth. These mentoring roles are focused on end

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    population of kids 10 and under is higher than population of 21st century teens by 20%. (Stephens) Mentoring is the act of helping out someone that isn't as knowledgeable or experienced in different areas. The goal is to make them leaders. (Patterson) To be a good mentor you have to have great qualities like being helpful and being really good at giving good constructive criticism. Whomever you're mentoring should receive information that is both positive and negative. You want to makes sure you give

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    III. Mentoring Life is a continuous learning experience, so even those who are knowledgeable still need someone to act as their mentors. As we continue to seek for knowledge, we become more efficient in our chosen field or career path. Just like being a teacher, it is like a rollercoaster ride of a colorful experience. In times when a teacher is on top, he feels like he doesn't need anyone but when he's at the bottom, he will seek for an experienced teacher to motivate him and bring back the momentum

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    Mentoring in the Workplace

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    exactly what mentoring is and how it successful works within the workplace environment. Using support from various scholarly articles, I was able to discuss define the concept of mentoring and how it relates within the workplace setting. Using this concept, I establish the role of the mentor and mentee in regards

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    convey and clarify the findings of “why we agree that mentoring is one of the possible ways to enhance the development and retention of young professionals that are important to the growth and success of any organization”. In this report, a comprehensive research of mentoring will be highlighted and analyzed. The main discussion will be focused on the functions, benefits, stages and challenges of mentoring, limitation associated with mentoring and also a few recommendations that the society can

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    Managing People Individual Assessment Managing Mentoring With the development of the more organic and less formal organisational structures the role of mentors has shifted with these changes. Unlike previously where mentors where seen as formal trainers who taught newcomers the processes and got them acquainted with the cultures and the systems within the organisation. Which required good interpersonal skills and a good knowledge of the activity or tasks the mentee would have to undertake, and

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    I read the journal “The Influence of a Sports Mentoring Program on Children’s Life Skills Development”. This journal article is the results of research pertaining to the effect of one-on-one mentoring with sports programs on children’s development. The purpose behind this research was to see if developing children developing a caring relationship with an adult through the mentoring of sports activities had an effect on positive youth development. The goal was for children to grow in areas such as

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    Introduction Mentoring is an excellent way to teach students about any subject. Whether it’s math, science, social studies, art, or literature, being a mentor is a satisfying feeling. For a mentee who struggles with particular subjects, they might want to consider getting a mentor. The biggest challenge is having a student that is gifted can be a frustrating and counterproductive use of time. Science and psychologists have studied effective ways to teach gifted students through tailored mentoring programs

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