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Mentoring: A Learning Collaboration

Sunday, January 1, 2006

Abstract

Many IT leaders across the country cite professional mentoring as a factor significant to their career success. Thoughtful, personalized, professional mentoring is crucial for those who aspire to become managers, as well as for all IT employees from a career development perspective. Tune in and learn about the various types of mentoring and what the research says about mentoring's benefits and drawbacks. Learn techniques you can implement within your own organization to further your own and others' careers. A new EDUCAUSE Web site focused on mentoring is also introduced.

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