Developing Diversity Mentoring Programmes: An International Casebook (BOK)
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Mentoring has become an essential ingredient in the success of diversity management in the workplace and in achieving societal change to accommodate and value difference. This unique volume provides a landscape of how organizations around the world have applied mentoring principles to integrate minorities, to improve community relations and to harness the creative potential of different perspectives. It explores what makes mentoring work in a diversity context, and what undermines it; what constitutes good practice and what to avoid. Edited by three leading authorities in the field, it brings together a wealth of guidance and examples that will be invaluable both to mentoring programme organizers and to mentors and mentees at the sharp end. Countries represented in the book: Australia, Argentina, Canada, Denmark, Great Britain, Germany, Luxembourg, Norway, South Africa, and USA. Contributors Penny Abbott, Olu Alake, Raymond Asumadu, Dellroy Birch, Merridee Bujaki, Maggie Clarke, David Clutterbuck, Jane Cordell, Giulia Corinaldi, Patricia Pedraza Cruz, Tulsi Derodra, Pamela M. Dixon, Nora Dominguez, Jennybeth Ekeland, Gifty Gabor, Coral Gardiner, Tim Gutierrez, Julie Haddock-Millar, Christina Hartshorn, Susanne Soes Hejlsvig, Rachelle Heller, Malcolm Johnson, Rita Knott, Frances Kochan, James W. Koschoreck, Alan Li, Catherine Mavriplis, Norma T. Metz, Elisabeth Moller-Jensen, Dra. Silvia Ines Monserrat, Francoise Moreau-Johnson, Catherine Mossop, Loshini Naidoo, Jonelle Naude, Leyla Okhai, Nwamaka Onyiuke, Louise Overy, Martin Parsonage, Shari Lawrence Pfleeger, Cherry Potts, Kirsten M. Poulsen, Peter Quinn, Ann Rolfe, Clive Saunders, Kolarele Sonaike, Lynn P. Sontag, Charlene Sorensen, Jenepher Lennox Terrion, Kimberly Vappie, Cynthia Miller Veraldo, Helen Villalobos, Dieter Wagner, Nelli Wagner, Carol Ann Whitaker, Keith Whittlestone, Helen Worrall, Shaun Wilson-Gotobed and Derek Yee.