Resources for Mentors

The following resources may be helpful in understanding the mentoring process and relationship:

  • Ragins, B., & Kram, K. (2007). The handbook of mentoring at work: theory, research, and practice. Los Angeles: Sage Publications.
    Atkins Library Call Number: HF5385 .H26 2007

  • Wagner, R., & Harter, J.K. (2006). 12: The 12 elements of great managing. Omaha, NE: Gallup Press.
    Atkins Library Call Number: HD38.2 .W345 2006
  • Johnson, W., & Ridley, C. (2004). The elements of mentoring. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
    Atkins Library Call Number: HF5385 .J64 2004
  • Moore, S. (2010). Academic advisors as mentors. NACADA Monograph 21, Chapter 8, 117-122.
  • Galbraith, M., & Cohen, N. (1995). Mentoring: new strategies and challenges. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
    Atkins Library Call Number: LC5251 .N48 no. 66
  • Benabou, C., & Benabou, R. (2000). Establishing a formal mentoring program for organization success. National Productivity Review, 19(4), 1-8.
    Full text available through Atkins Library.

  • Chao, G.T. (2009). Formal Mentoring: Lessons Learned From Past Practice. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 40(3), 314-320.