Mentoring for Success
This book considers both formal mentoring, which is arranged, and informal mentoring, which simply evolves. It is designed for individuals who are charged with creating a mentoring program, for those who are contemplating entering a mentoring relationship and for those who are currently acting as mentors. We hope that clarifying the mentoring relationship will result in improved services to customers and increased employee productivity.
About the Author:
Elizabeth Weinstein is the president of Elizabeth Weinstein and Associates, a training and consulting company based in Des Moines, Iowa.
Liz works with a variety of businesses, government agencies, and nonprofit organizations in a broad range of areas, including strategic planning, conflict management, and team building. Liz is also a project manager and most recently has been involved in interactive Web site development. In addition, Liz conducts research and develops manuals and other publications.
Liz has a bachelor’s degree in elementary education from Buena Vista College, a master’s degree from Creighton University, and a doctorate in community and human resources from the Unversity of Nebraska, Lincoln.