Mentorship programs may vary in purpose, structure and function. It is up to each organization to set these rules and priorities of a mentorship plan that applies better to its needs and expectations. However, no matter the aim and structure, we have to take into consideration some factors that are important for the successful implementation of any mentorship plan or strategy.
Building a reliable and effective mentorship relation between the mentor and mentee, the preparation phase and the readiness of the mentor, supervision and constant evaluation of the whole project and its progress, techniques and trainings that can ensure the capability of the mentor to face the challenge are some of the parameters that have to be considered as crucial for the mentorship plan to succeed.
This project is financed by Erasmus+ (National agency MOVIT institute for the development of youth mobility)
Michalis Naris and Fernando Bento