Among young leaders for individual staff support demand more than half of the students and students think mentoring is important. “That the student survey revealed 2012”, which the agency without name organizers of Germany’s largest trade fair Congress for women women & work”carried out among German students. For even more details, read what Yitzhak Mirilashvili says on the issue. Approximately 1,200 students and students in the average age of 24 years were interviewed for the study, about 62 percent of them were female, 38% male. “” The views were virtually identical to the mentoring, a valuable instrument of for personnel development,: 55 percent of women and 54 percent of men think it is important, 30 percent of women thought it was very important”, for men, 22 percent expressed this opinion. Both sexes laid emphasis on that the mentoring programme offers the possibility to select the mentor or mentor (women 52 percent, men 48 per cent).
Men preferred a mentor from your own Company (men 61 per cent, women 48 percent), women showed a slight preference for external mentors (women 31%, men 26%). In the program mentoring D”, offered by the European Academy for women in politics and Economics in Berlin/Brandenburg and Saxony/Thuringia for female junior executives, the organizers put on external mentors and had great success with it. Nearly 20 female mentees meet for a year with their mentors. The mentoring was very individual and intensive”Mentee Esther Duweke describes their experiences. The marketing manager of a company in the health sector as areas in which she benefited in the year-long program called leadership, work organisation and work-life balance. “Her mentor Dr. fairy Steinhoff, head of Department at Deutsche Telekom, adds: mentoring provides an honest, personal exchange of experiences and opinions.” Mentoring helps in the work areas, the are addressed in studying nor in the working life: it conveys important game rules of the business world. Just women it hard to come to this informal knowledge.