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Belle Rose Ragins

In: Handbook of Gender & Work

Chapter 18: Gender and Mentoring Relationships: A Review and Research Agenda for the Next Decade

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Gender and Mentoring Relationships: A Review and Research Agenda for the Next Decade
Gender and mentoring relationships: A review and research agenda for the next decade
Belle RoseRagins

Research on mentoring relationships has evolved only over the past decade. The findings, however, are quite clear: Mentoring relationships are critical resources for employees in organizations. protégés receive more promotions (Dreher & Ash, 1990), greater compensation (Chao, 1997; Dreher & Ash, 1990), and more career mobility (Scandura, 1992) than nonprotégés. Mentoring is related to greater career satisfaction (Fagenson, 1989), career commitment (Bachman & Gregory, 1993; Colarelli & Bishop, 1990), career planning (Chao, 1997), organizational socialization (Chao, 1997; Ostroff & Kozlowski, 1993), self-esteem at work (Koberg, Boss, & Goodman, 1998), job satisfaction (Bahniuk, Dobos, & Hill, 1990; Chao, 1997), job ...

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