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Author Wadsworth, Emily M., 1934-

Title Giving much/gaining more : mentoring for success / Emily M. Wadsworth.

Imprint West Lafayette, Ind. : Purdue University Press, 2002.

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Description 1 online resource (xv, 107 pages)
text txt rdacontent
computer c rdamedia
online resource cr rdacarrier
Note Print version record.
Contents Acknowledgments; Reflections: A Dream Fulfilled; Foreword; Introduction; One Welcoming/ Excluding; Two Communicating/ Bickering; Three Trusting/ Doubting; Four Accepting/ Rejecting; Five Affirming/ Ridiculing; Six Forgiving/ Condemning; Seven Reframing/ Stagnating; Eight Letting Go/ HoldingTight; Nine Rejoicing / Grieving; Ten Balancing/ Tilting; Eleven Focusing/ Blurring; Twelve Gracing/ Alienating; Outcomes; About the Author.
Summary Annotation <div>Transitions are difficult. From high school to college, college to the job force, from one job to another. It’s becoming increasingly difficult to find your place in society because of the impersonal structure of many businesses and organizations out there. More and more people are looking to qualified colleagues to provide them with key guidance throughout the evolution of their careers. For many, that key is mentoring. Mentoring is defined as significant personal and professional assistance given by a more experienced person during a time of transition. Personal assistance involves role modeling and encouraging, while professional assistance includes educating and sponsoring. This book contains several descriptions of a successful mentoring program, and how participants related to the program, to each other, and to the program’s lasting effects on their lives, both personal and professional. It has definitions and narratives for a set of 12 paired actions (such as trusting/doubting, forgiving / condemning, and accepting/rejecting) that the administrator, Emily M. Wadsworth, ""caught"" in her personal life and ""cast"" in her professional endeavors. Her experiences are then matched with the stories of 12 former team members who used their understanding of Wadsworth’s lessons to describe how they ""caught"" and ""recast"" an action in their own personal and professional existences. Recommended for educators, personnel managers, and anyone interested in personal growth.</div>
Subject Engineering -- Vocational guidance.
Mentoring in the professions -- Case studies.
Women engineers -- Vocational guidance.
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Engineering (General)
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Reference.
Engineering -- Vocational guidance. (OCoLC)fst00910446
Mentoring in the professions. (OCoLC)fst01016867
Women engineers -- Vocational guidance. (OCoLC)fst01177636
Indexed Term Andre fag (naturvidenskab og teknik) Andre fag
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Case studies. (OCoLC)fst01423765
Other Form: Print version: Wadsworth, Emily M., 1934- Giving much/gaining more. West Lafayette, Ind. : Purdue University Press, 2002 (DLC) 2002006205
ISBN 9781429461375 (electronic bk.)
1429461373 (electronic bk.)
1557532915
9781557532916
1557532915
9781557532916
Standard No. 9781557532916
AU@ 000053016505
AU@ 000053218476
DEBBG BV044110852
DKDLA 820010-katalog:ssj0000163069
NZ1 11918111

 
    
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