Lis Merrick considers the increasing trend in both virtual mentoring and delivering such programmes virtually

In my early mentoring consultancy, it was usual for mentoring pairs to meet face-to-face and for preparation to be one or two days of face-to-face training for mentors and possibly mentees. Nowadays, about half of the mentoring programmes I work on use virtual mentoring as standard and approximately 80% of the mentoring programmes I deliver use virtual training and supervision to develop and support their participants. Many...

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