The SAGE Handbook of Mentoring provides a scholarly, comprehensive and critical overview of mentoring theory, research and practice across the world. A team of internationally renowned and emerging contributors map out the key historical and contemporary research, before considering modern case study examples and future directions for the field. The chapters are organised into four parts: Part One: The Landscape of Mentoring Part Two: The Practice of Mentoring Part Three: The Context of Mentoring Part Four: Case Studies of Mentoring Around the Globe
The concept we call mentoring has been around for thousands of years. Yet, only in the past 35 years, with the widespread emergence of mentoring programmes (as opposed to ad hoc individual, informal mentoring relationships) has this phenomenon attracted significant attention from researchers, policy-makers, ...