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The Mentor’s Guide
In addition to walking you through the four phases of mentoring―preparing, negotiating enabling growth, and coming to closure―this important book provides:
- Brand-new content on diversity, inclusion, and equity, as well as tools to enhance virtual mentoring relationships
- The ethics of mentoring, including how to handle common ethical pitfalls and mistakes
- Hands-on worksheets and exercises to facilitate the mentoring and learning process
Perfect for leaders, managers, and educators in any career or professional setting, The Mentor’s Guide is an indispensable tool to help navigate your learning and mentoring journey.
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THE MENTOR’S GUIDE BY LOIS J. ZACHARY AND LISA Z. FAIN
Meet the Authors
Dr. Lois J. Zachary
Lois Zachary is an internationally recognized expert on mentoring and has been cited as, “one of the top 100 minds in leadership” today. You’ve likely seen mention of Dr. Zachary’s books, or read her quotes in The New York Times, Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Inc. magazine, T&D, Leadership Excellence, The Chronicle of Higher Education, or other business and leadership news outlets.
Lisa Z. Fain
Lisa Fain is the CEO of Center for Mentoring Excellence. Her passion for diversity and inclusion work is fueled by her strong conviction that leveraging differences creates a better workplace and drives better business results.