Mentorship

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Mentorship is a relationship in which a more experienced or more knowledgeable person helps to guide a less experienced or less knowledgeable person.wikipedia
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European Mentoring and Coaching Council

The European Mentoring and Coaching Council, also called the EMCC, is the leading global body in terms of creating and maintaining a range of industry standard frameworks, rules and processes across the mentoring and related supervision and coaching fields e.g. a code of practice for those practising mentoring.
The European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC) provides coaching and mentoring professional accreditation, as well as support and guidance to the coaching and mentoring profession and for its members.

Role model

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In the United States, advocates for workplace equity in the second half of the twentieth century popularized the term "mentor" and concept of career mentorship as part of a larger social capital lexicon which also includes terms such as glass ceiling, bamboo ceiling, networking, role model, and gatekeeper—serving to identify and address the problems barring non-dominant groups from professional success.
In the second half of the twentieth century, U.S. advocates for workplace equity popularized the term and concept of role models as part of a larger social capital lexicon—which also includes terms such as glass ceiling, networking, mentoring, and gatekeeper—serving to identify and address the problems barring non-dominant groups from professional success.

Personal network

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In the United States, advocates for workplace equity in the second half of the twentieth century popularized the term "mentor" and concept of career mentorship as part of a larger social capital lexicon which also includes terms such as glass ceiling, bamboo ceiling, networking, role model, and gatekeeper—serving to identify and address the problems barring non-dominant groups from professional success.
In the second half of the twentieth century, U.S. advocates for workplace equity popularized the term and concept of networking as part of a larger social capital lexicon—which also includes terms such as glass ceiling, role model, mentoring, and gatekeeper—serving to identify and address the problems barring non-dominant groups from professional success.

Coaching

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Here the employee (protégé) is paired with a senior-level leader (or leaders) for a series of career-coaching interactions.
Occasionally, coaching may mean an informal relationship between two people, of whom one has more experience and expertise than the other and offers advice and guidance as the latter learns; but coaching differs from mentoring in focusing on specific tasks or objectives, as opposed to more general goals or overall development.

Peer mentoring

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There are also peer mentoring programs designed specifically to bring under-represented populations into science and engineering.
Peer mentoring is a form of mentorship that usually takes place between a person who has lived through a specific experience (peer mentor) and a person who is new to that experience (the peer mentee).

Youth mentoring

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A specific focus of youth mentoring that addresses the issues that cause students to underachieve in education while simultaneously preparing them to deal with future difficult circumstances that can affect their lives and alter their success is the fostering of resiliency.
Youth mentoring is the process of matching mentors with young people who need or want a caring, responsible adult in their lives.

E-mentoring

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It stemmed from mentoring programs with the invention of the internet, and began to gain popularity around 1993.

MENTOR

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MENTOR: The National Mentoring Partnership is an advocate and resource for mentoring in the United States.

Maybach Foundation

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Formerly the organization linked mentors with protégés worldwide, and fostering and overseeing those relationships, however now they shifting focus to other programs in Germany and working to restore a historic train.

Tutor

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These publications noted the many specific benefits provided by mentorship, which included insider information, education, guidance, moral support, inspiration, sponsorship, an example to follow, protection, promotion, the ability to "bypass the hierarchy," the projection of the superior's "reflected power," access to otherwise invisible opportunities, and tutelage in corporate politics.
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Leadership

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High-potential mentoring programs are used to groom up-and-coming employees deemed to have the potential to move up into leadership or executive roles.
Good leaders use their own inner mentors to energize their team and organizations and lead a team to achieve success.

Workplace mentoring

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Workplace mentoring is not confined to a certain age and is a relationship that develops though close interactions with a mentor and their protégé.

Speed networking

Speed mentoring
Speed mentoring follows some of the procedures of speed dating.
In speed mentoring, the goal is to facilitate suitable relationships between mentors and mentees.

New Teacher Center

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The NTC conducts research, develops and administers induction and mentoring programs for new teachers and school administrators, and consults with organizations, educational leaders, and policymakers throughout the United States on issues related to new educator support.

Ancient Greece

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Mentoring in Europe has existed since at least Ancient Greek times.

Mentor (Odyssey)

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The word itself was inspired by the character of Mentor in Homer's Odyssey.

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The word itself was inspired by the character of Mentor in Homer's Odyssey.

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The word itself was inspired by the character of Mentor in Homer's Odyssey.

Athena

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Though the actual Mentor in the story is a somewhat ineffective old man, the goddess Athena takes on his appearance in order to guide young Telemachus in his time of difficulty.

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Though the actual Mentor in the story is a somewhat ineffective old man, the goddess Athena takes on his appearance in order to guide young Telemachus in his time of difficulty.

Guru–shishya tradition

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Historically significant systems of mentorship include the guru–disciple tradition practiced in Hinduism and Buddhism, Elders, the discipleship system practiced by Rabbinical Judaism and the Christian church, and apprenticing under the medieval guild system.

Hinduism

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Historically significant systems of mentorship include the guru–disciple tradition practiced in Hinduism and Buddhism, Elders, the discipleship system practiced by Rabbinical Judaism and the Christian church, and apprenticing under the medieval guild system.

Buddhism

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Historically significant systems of mentorship include the guru–disciple tradition practiced in Hinduism and Buddhism, Elders, the discipleship system practiced by Rabbinical Judaism and the Christian church, and apprenticing under the medieval guild system.

Elder (administrative title)

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Historically significant systems of mentorship include the guru–disciple tradition practiced in Hinduism and Buddhism, Elders, the discipleship system practiced by Rabbinical Judaism and the Christian church, and apprenticing under the medieval guild system.