Category: Mentoring

Do you learn more if you trust your mentor? (IO Psychology)

Topic: Mentoring, Learning Publication: Journal of Leadership & Organizational Studies (AUG 2011) Article: Trust as a moderator of the relationship between mentoring and knowledge transfer Authors: Fleig-Palmer, M. M., & Schoorman, F. D. Reviewed by: Alexandra Rechlin Mentoring is widely considered to be an effective way of transferring knowledge and

If you’re a mentor, be sure to fulfill obligations

Topic: Mentoring, Human Resources Publication: Journal of Business and Psychology (in press) Article: Mentoring and psychological contract breach Authors: Haggard, D. L. Reviewed by: Alexandra Rechlin Having a mentor can lead to many positive outcomes for the protégé, but what kinds of negative outcomes might a mentor cause? Haggard (in

Bad mentoring relationships: Should I stay or should I go?

Topic: Mentoring
Publication: Journal of Vocational Behavior (DEC 2010)
Article: What keeps people in mentoring relationships when bad things happen? A field study from the protégé’s perspective.
Authors: H. G. Burk, and L. T. Eby
Reviewed by: Charleen Maher

Can I Get You a Cup of Coffee, Boss? Landing a Job after an Internship

Topic: Impression Management, Selection, Recruiting, Mentoring, Internship
Publication: Journal of Applied Psychology (OCT 2010)
Article: Internship: A Recruitment and Selection Perspective
Authors: Hao Zhao, Robert C. Liden
Reviewed by: Holly Engler

Mentoring: A Win-Win-Win Situation

Topic: Mentoring, Job Performance Publication: Journal of Occupational and Organizational Psychology (DEC 2009) Article: What can I gain as a mentor? The effect of mentoring on the job performance and social status of mentors in China Authors: D. Liu, J. Liu, H.K. Kwan, and Y. Mao Reviewed By: Benjamin Granger

Devoted Mentor or DeMENTORvated?

Topic: Mentoring Publication: Journal of Vocational Behavior Article: Formal mentoring programs: the relationship of program design and support to mentors’ perceptions of benefits and costs. Blogger: LitDigger For those of you out there who may be in the middle of designing mentoring programs (or for those protégés who are curious about how their