A Review of Effective Mentoring Practices for Mentees Development

Norhasni Zainal Abiddin, Aminuddin Hassan

Abstract


Mentoring is a part of educational training to develop people in the professions. It is related to self-development, professional growth and career development of the mentee. Not only do mentors have to play their role but the mentees too, and all this must be placed within a specific institutional context. The mentoring relationship has been described as an invaluable learning activity for beginners as well as experienced practitioners such as teachers, administrators, managers, and other professionals. This article is designed to summarize the existing literature on mentoring in order to assist mentors-mentees in enhancing the best practices for effective mentoring. Thus, it focuses on two major areas: the concept of mentoring, and its theoretical foundations; and the nature of the mentor-mentee relationship.


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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5296/jse.v2i1.1226

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