RESEARCH MATTERS

There’s value in mixing it up when it comes to research into mentoring effectiveness within universities, argue Joanna Molyn and Judie Gannon   More and more universities are investing in mentoring schemes (Cornelius, Wood and Lai, 2016), but the question is...

MENTORING: A SIMPLE SOLUTION

Over-simplifying in mentoring programmes is a risky business, especially in evaluation, warns guest columnist, Bob Garvey. The ‘realist evaluation’ approach accesses mentoring’s many layers   Within organisations, there are many competing demands on managers –...

MENTORING: POWER TO THE PEERS

How can we maximise the value of peer mentoring? Lis Merrick reports   Mentoring comes in all shapes and sizes these days, but one under-used approach in organisations is peer mentoring, whereas in the education sector, peer mentoring is used widely. In my view,...

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