College for Professional Studies
Master of Education
School of Computer & Information Science
Thesis - Open Access
Number of Pages
The existing level of corporate leadership talent is inadequate to sustain successful business enterprises. Inexperienced leaders and managers have limited access to resources and opportunities to gain experience. Training programs are insufficient to promote the development of leadership skills. A mentoring program can address the gaps in leadership development in corporate environments. Relevant literature on mentoring was utilized to develop a recommendation on a mentoring program for leadership growth and development. A PowerPoint presentation was created to illustrate the recommended model.
Date of Award
© Laura Paris
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Paris, Laura K., "Utilizing Mentoring to Promote Leadership Growth and Development in a Corporate Environment" (2010). Student Publications. 666.