Examines training by external mentors and its effects on management education. Suggests that it is complementary and supportive of all other training methods, since it encourages the practice of skills learned through formal training. Explains how external mentoring works – by assessing an individual′s skills to date and arriving at an agreed agenda on which to work. Concludes that external mentoring allows people to develop to the extent of their own capabilities.
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