This is a very practical and easy to read book that could be very useful for nurses starting out in their careers. As the foreword states, it could be a resource for formal mentoring programs, residency programs, and nursing educational programs. The information and advice in this book may also keep new nurses from leaving the field if they are able to develop successful mentoring relationships. It is a bargain at $25.00.<--Choice
For those looking for a mentor, this book provides invaluable advice on what attracts mentors and makes them believe in you and be willing to support your development...This book is an excellent resource for mentors and prot ag as.<--Nurse Educator
Dr. Vance's pioneering work on mentorship has provided us with the language, understanding, and strategies for building these essential professional support relationships. This book extends her work in practical and useful ways that will help us build the new generation of excellent clinical experts, advocates, and nurse leaders.< From the Foreword by Diana J. Mason, PhD, RN, FAAN Editor-in-Chief Emeritus, This newest addition to the Fast Facts series provides insight for prot ag as and mentors on using mentoring to build new generations of successful nurses. It covers a quick history of why mentoring is important, how a prot ag a can identify and mentor, and how to develop and maintain a healthy mentor-prot ag a relationship. It also contains the necessary tools to help novice nurses benefit from mentor support through difficult and sometimes frightening and confusing times.
Written by Connie Vance, an innovator in nursing mentorship research, this book presents new nurses with tools to identify the perfect Key Features: Contains guidelines for creating a personal mentor action plan, complete with a chart for use in mentoring practice Provides 10 tips on raising mentor intelligence and how to use it as a source for career success Highlights resources for networking and collective mentoring to assist in career development <