Implementing Mentoring SchemesBy
- Nadine Klasen, Business Psychologist specializing in Human Resource Assessment and Development.
- David Clutterbuck, Co-founder of the European Mentoring and Coaching Council, Visiting Professor at Sheffield Business School, UK, and Senior Partner of Clutterbuck Associates
HR Professionals; Mentoring and Coaching Practitioners; Middle to Senior Managers; Government Agencies.
Published: December 2001
Imprint: Butterworth Heinemann
'...highly structured book, written primarily for those responsible for designing and implementing a mentoring scheme ... gets to the core of why mentoring is a worthwhile activity.' Claire Marchbank - People Management, March 2002 'The application of mentoring schemes has sharply increased over the past decade, primarily because organisations recognise the benefits they provide to both the individual and organisation. What has been lacking is both the hands-on guidance and the evidence of best practice that this book provides.........deserves a place on all professional HRM and trainers' book shelves Training Journal 2002