Mentoring relationships play a significant role in fostering career opportunities for women and men and sexual and gender minorities (SGM) in the workplace. The outcomes of mentoring are influenced by specific features of these relationships as well as perceptions and expectations of mentors and mentees.
This project investigates the underlying psychological processes of mentoring relationships, to define the key factors that help cultivate and promote a diversified workforce, and to provide effective guidelines applicable in working contexts.
Dr. Harriet Tennebaum, University of Surrey/UK
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