Critical success factors: self-assessment checklist

For mentoring to work to be successful the programme has to be well-designed.


An in-depth look at critical success factors and best practices suggested by academic literature and studies on mentoring to work and detailed interviews with mentoring to work organisations, revealed eleven dimensions of mentoring that need to be in place. The dimensions are situated on the micro, meso- and macro-level. 


To support you in assessing the quality of your mentoring to work program, a self-assessment checklist is developed  based on a comparative study of quality criteria and assurance standards laid out by four international mentoring organisations. 



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Self-assessment checklist

Contact: Peter De Cuyper


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