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• Peddy, Shirley. 2001. The Art of mentoring: Lead, follow and get out of the way. Learning Connections. (All) (238 pages)
• Pittenger, Khushwant K. S., and Beverly A. Heimann. 2000. Building effective mentoring relationships. Review of Business, 21, no. 1/2: 38-42. (5 pages)
• Nash, Ronald H. 1992. Worldviews in conflict. Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan. (Chapters 4, 5) (34 pages)
1. Discuss the value of mentoring in light of leadership motivation theories.
2. Are mentoring, coaching, and discipling the same? If not, what are the advantages of each?
3. Biblical view of mentoring in light of leadership motivation theories.
Interview two leader-follower dyads to discover what was done and gained in their respective mentor-mentee interaction and process. Explain the outcomes of your interviews in either a PowerPoint presentation or a Popular Press Magazine article.
• Consider carefully what you would need to know to report to others about actual mentoring relationships before you perform the interviews. Include a table of the exact questions you prepared before the interviews.
• The summary should take 10-20 minutes for an audience to digest.
• Equate this to either 5-10 slides (PowerPoint) or 5-10 pages (Popular Press Article) for the finished project. Be sure to follow the writing guidelines for the format that you choose to submit.
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The mentoring has been the pattern of dyadic psychological intervention which is an older version of an individual to maintain close relationship with the people to maintain support, guidance and other opportunities for the overall development. The realisation of the effective mentoring is based on self-efficacy pattern which relates to handle the effective relationship. The passion of mentoring developed helped in leadership patterns along with discipline ship.
The mentoring design of interview is helpful for the mentor-mentee Dyads with better and powerful questions.