Mentoring has been known for centuries as a form of training, personal development, social responsibility, and a manifestation of respect between generations. In a contemporary world, mentoring has taken on new meanings and the concept has expanded its scope, giving both organisations and individuals the impetus to aim for superiority.

This section is focused on the process of mentoring, its history, important terminology, as well as the impact mentoring has globally and specifically on mentors and mentees. You can also find some specifications and tips on creating mentoring programs.

In the dynamic and rapidly evolving times that we live in, we seek for a human connection to match the speed and intensity of our environment. Mentoring is often exactly what people need in their lives to feel content, useful, and reach their definition of success.

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Erasmus + programme under Grant Agreement No 2016-2-RO01-KA205-024839.
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