Career Development International: Volume 4 Issue 7


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Mentoring relationships and the female managerial career

Margaret Linehan, James S. Walsh

Mentoring relationships may be important for female managers seeking career advancement in both domestic and international management. The relative scarcity of mentoring…


Women’s careers in large construction companies: expectations unfulfilled?

Andrew R.J. Dainty, Richard H. Neale, Barbara M. Bagilhole

The UK construction industry has significantly increased the number of women that it attracts, due to an active marketing campaign by the industry’s representative bodies…


Going “portfolio”: making sense of changing careers

Mary Mallon

The demise of the traditional career is widely heralded as is its replacement by more fluid and individual career choices. This paper reports on an exploratory investigation of…


The changing nature of graduate careers

Jim Stewart, Vanessa Knowles

The first of a series of three articles examining the role of higher education in preparing graduates for “self‐managing” their careers, with particular reference to small to…


The mentoring model theory: dimensions in mentoring protocols

Stephanie K. Johnson, Gary D. Geroy, Orlando V. Griego

A mentoring relationship has the potential to be widely used throughout an individual’s lifespan. Including mentoring relationships into one’s life can assist with transition…


Phases of professional development in consulting

Stephen A. Stumpf

The concept of career stages or phases is extended to the career progression challenges faced by consultants in professional service firms. Professions such as consulting…

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