Date of Paper/Work

7-2012

Type of Paper/Work

Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Arts in Organizational Leadership

Department

Organizational Leadership

First Advisor

Martha Hardesty

Abstract

This research explores how self reflection can be used in the development of personal development goals to aid in guiding the mentoring process. The following research methods used for this study: a literature review investigation of self-reflection practices/models to identify strategies for the development of personal development goals; a survey to evaluate how identified goals may aid in mentor selection; and interviews with self-development professionals to analyze their insights on what role personal development goals play in guiding the mentoring process. Findings were based on parallels found between the data gathered from the various sources.

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