13 junio, 2018

Diversity Case Studies

Cutting-edge research by leading academics and IE faculty in collaboration with leading organization and outstanding global researchers integrate research reports on a range of topics that can be seen on the IE Center for Diversity’s web site.

Mentoring is a process in which a person with relevant experience and/or knowledge (mentor) generously and unselfishly shares this with another, in a trust-based relationship. The purpose of the relationship is the personal and professional development of the other person (mentee) by providing him or her with the help and support necessary to reach his or her objectives.This case provides the conceptual frameworkfor the mentoring process; it has been supplemented with various experiences of mentors and mentees.The mentor, mentee and the person in charge of the mentoring program shouldfix beforehand the expectations, so they can be treated accordingly. Through this simulation ofthe entire process, which begins with the reflection of the individual, the mentor and the mentee can discover the implications of their decisions and monitor them.This case about Mentoring also shows the management of a wide variety of profiles and experiences that can serve as a great support to both students and professionals, through a careful process of selection and assignment beforehand.
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