AbstractReview of Mentoring A-Z by Julie Todaro: Staff training and development programs are aimed at all library employees. These processes communicate job expectations, orient the worker to the organization and its resources, and provide information about the library’s mission and goals. Mentorship programs, on the other hand, are more often developed for employees at the professional or faculty level, and, ideally, they deal with issues such as long-term professional career development, promotion and succession planning, and retention (or tenure in tenure-track faculty situations).
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