Research of Executives’ Perceptions in Companies and Organizations on the Importance of Mentoring in the Frame of In-house Education and Training

Iosif Fragoulis, Efthymios Valkanos, Florou Voula

Abstract


The purpose of the present paper is to present the outcomes of a research on the executives’ perceptions in companies and organizations on the importance of mentoring in the frame of in-house education and training.
The paper researches the perceptions of people who work for companies and organizations as far as their participation in mentoring processes is concerned. It also researches mentors’ perceptions and the corporate benefits of the use of a mentoring process.
It resulted that the benefits arising from the use of mentoring processes are important for the people working for the companies, for the mentors, as well as for companies and organizations.
The value of the research focuses on the possibilities of the use of mentoring processes in the frame of in-house education and training.

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