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2013 | t. 14, z. 13, cz. 1 Zarządzanie organizacjami sieciowymi | 243--254
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Nowoczesne formy mentoringu narzędziem rozwoju najwyższej kadry menedżerskiej

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New Forms of Mentoring as the Tool of Development of Managers in Organisations
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Mentoring to niezwykle interesujące i wieloaspektowe zagadnienie, któremu ze względu na rosnące znaczenie w organizacjach [Megginson and Clutterbuck 1995] poświęca się coraz więcej uwagi. W literaturze przedmiotu na przestrze-ni ostatnich lat powstało bardzo wiele opracowań, zarówno naukowych - przedstawiających wyniki badań różnych aspektów mentoringu, jak i opraco-wań praktycznych prezentujących dobre praktyki i zalecenia co do zasad i sposobów budowania mentoringowej kultury organizacyjnej. Od lat 80. notuje się raptowny rozwój mentoringu formalnego w organiza-cjach [Kram, Chandler 2005] oraz zmiany jego koncepcji, funkcji oraz znacze-nia w zarządzaniu organizacjami i zasobami ludzkimi.(fragment tekstu)
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The aim of the article is to present new paradigm of mentoring in context of development of leadership skills. In last 30 years the re-search was focused mainly on benefits obtained by the mentee in mentor-ing process, Last years' research has showed that playing a role of men-tor is beneficial not only for mentee but also for mentor's professional and career development. The article presents the benefits gained the mentor and mechanism in which mentoring performed by manager contribute to development of his/her leadership skills.
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  • Akademia Leona Koźmińskiego w Warszawie
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