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This article aims to examine the usability of the Cultural Framework Analysis Process, a strategy designed to examine cultural factors in mentoring endeavors and to identify whether there are patterns of cultural elements that served to hinder or facilitate mentoring programs across a variety of organizations and contexts. The process also involves identifying methods for overcoming the barriers and enhancing the facilitating factors.
Updated: Dec. 05, 2016
The purpose of this article is to define and describe the mentoring mindset in a protégé. A definition of the protégé's mentoring mindset was created after analysis of the interview data, and indicators of the presence and absence of the mindset were formulated into a Protégé Mentoring Mindset Framework that provides information on protégé competencies. The protégé with a mentoring mindset takes initiative, possesses a learning orientation, has a goal orientation, is relational and reflective. Conversely, the protégé who does not have a mentoring mindset lacks initiative, lacks a learning orientation, a goal orientation, and is not relational or reflective.
Updated: Nov. 03, 2015
Preparing Future Principals: Facilitating the Development of a Mentoring Mindset through Graduate Coursework
The author developed graduate course content that taught students the knowledge, skills and dispositions of protégéship in a principal preparation program, encouraging them to develop a mentoring mindset. The author required students to approach individuals to formally mentor them. Student responses to this assignment indicated their acknowledgement of mentoring needs, awareness of the need for preparation and recognition of the benefits of seeking a mentor. This research contributes to the thin region of literature on protégé preparation for mentoring.
Updated: Oct. 17, 2010