Mentoring as a Leadership Development Intervention

The early 21st century has been a time of significant change and growth for the world economy. Now considered a global economy, increased competition is forcing companies to identify competitive advantages in order to maximize organizational performance and ensure their survival. Through other studies, employee engagement and productivity have been linked to organizational performance. This study attempts to ascertain the effects of a leadership development intervention—mentoring, on organizational performance.

Nancy Hodnefield
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