mentoring

mentoring
mentor men‧tor [ˈmentɔː ǁ -tɔːr] noun [countable] HUMAN RESOURCES
an experienced person who gives advice to less experienced people to help them in their work:

• He now runs his own company and is a mentor to other young entrepreneurs.

— mentoring noun [uncountable] :

• She believes that companies should create programs to encourage mentoring and career development.

— mentor verb [transitive] :

• Only one of the four trainees she mentored last year has found a permanent post.

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mentoring UK US /ˈmentərɪŋ/ noun [U]
HR, WORKPLACE the activity of supporting and advising someone with less experience to help them develop in their work: »

We train people through one-on-one mentoring.

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Mentoring programs are a way to increase the company's competitive advantage.


Financial and business terms. 2012.

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  • Mentoring — Als Personalentwicklungsinstrument, insbesondere in Unternehmen, aber auch beim Wissenstransfer in persönlichen Beziehungen bezeichnet Mentoring die Tätigkeit einer erfahrenen Person (Mentor), die ihr fachliches Wissen oder ihr Erfahrungswissen… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Mentoring — Supervision; Beratung; Unterstützung * * * Mẹn|to|ring 〈n.; od. s, s〉 Berufseinführung von Nachwuchskräften (bes. jungen Frauen) für Führungspositionen durch eine Mentorin od. einen Mentor [engl.] * * * Mẹn|to|ring [auch: mɛntərɪŋ], das; [s], s …   Universal-Lexikon

  • mentoring — noun Mentoring is used before these nouns: ↑programme …   Collocations dictionary

  • Mentoring — Mẹn|to|ring 〈n.; Gen.: od. s, Pl.: s〉 Berufseinführung von Nachwuchskräften (bes. jungen Frauen) für Führungspositionen durch eine Mentorin od. einen Mentor; Mentoring als Instrument der Frauenförderung [Etym.: engl.] …   Lexikalische Deutsches Wörterbuch

  • Mentoring — geplante und systematische Betreuung eines neu eingetretenen oder auf eine andere Position versetzten Mitarbeiters durch eine ranghierarchisch höher stehende Person. Dient der Unterstützung bei Problemen persönlicher oder sachlicher Art und bei… …   Lexikon der Economics

  • mentoring — noun (U) a system of using people with a lot of experience, knowledge etc to advise other people at work, or in their professional life: Support for you in your new job will be provided by a system of mentoring menu / menju:/ noun (C) 1 a list of …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • mentoring — men|tor|ing [ˈmento:rıŋ] n [U] a system where people with a lot of experience, knowledge etc advise and help other people at work or young people preparing for work …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • mentoring — men|tor|ing [ mentərıŋ ] noun uncount the use of mentors to teach less experienced people about their job or a particular subject …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • mentoring — mentÉ”rɪŋ / tɔːr n. act of providing guidance and support to another (usually younger or less skilled) person men·tor || mentÉ”r / mentɔː n. spiritual instructor, adviser, counselor, wise man; one who guides and teaches v. act as a mentor… …   English contemporary dictionary

  • mentoring — The process in which a senior employee takes an active role in a junior colleague s development. The mentor usually provides support and encouragement as well as advice on how the mentee can develop his or her competencies to progress along a… …   Big dictionary of business and management

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