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Mentoring A to Z

著者: Julie Todaro
出版商: Chicago : ALA Editions, an imprint of the American Library Association, 2015.
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Your library's future is as good as the talent you develop. Too many mentorship programs are cursory; without structure and expectations, they accomplish little beyond a procedural orientation. But a solid, sustainable mentorship program can be a game changer for libraries, with long-term results that include career development, organization-wide professionalism, and retention. Here, Todaro offers a guide to putting  再读一些...
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所有的著者/提供者: Julie Todaro
ISBN: 9780838913291 0838913296
OCLC号码: 903688799
描述: xii, 153 pages ; 23 cm
内容: What's in a name? --
The breadth of twenty-first-century mentoring --
The value and benefits of mentoring --
Designing and implementing mentorship programs and processes --
Mentorship education and training --
Mentor and mentee issues --
Best practices for mentorship program measurement and evaluation --
Appendix A. Program planning --
Appendix B. Job descriptions --
Appendix C. Goals/outcomes --
Appendix D. Checklists --
Appendix E. Correspondence --
Appendix F. Application forms --
Appendix G. Recommendation forms --
Appendix H. Evaluation.
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