A word from your sponsor

Where mentoring aims to fast-track staff development, there is a place for using sponsorship Despite the recession, organisations are finding it more and more difficult to attract, engage, develop and retain people with the right skills and capabilities. Mentoring is a powerful way of supporting and underpinning individuals identified by the organisation as talented. Sponsorship mentoring is frowned on in much of the European mentoring literature, because it is seen by some as nepotism, favouritism or an abuse of power. If we consider sponsorship versus development mentoring as outlined in Megginson et al1, the two forms of mentoring appear different, […]

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