NEWS: Book on Reciprocal Mentoring: Call for Case Studies
21 December 2021
We are delighted to share this call for case studies for a new book on reciprocal mentoring. The deadline for case study abstracts is the 21st of January. Please see the document attached to this news story for more detail, and some context below:
Book on Reciprocal Mentoring – Routledge, 2022 Nora Dominguez, Julie Haddock-Millar, and Paul Stokes (co-editors), along with David Clutterbuck (editorial mentor), are pleased to announce their forthcoming book on the topic of reciprocal mentoring.
This book will be published by Routledge by the end of 2022. We invite scholars and professionals to share their experiences with reciprocal mentoring. Reciprocal mentoring is a practice in which people with disparate expertise, backgrounds, and/or experience levels are placed in relationships wherein they act as both mentor and mentee. We would love to hear from you if you have experience with a case where:
a) a programme was designed to be reciprocal from the outset,
b) a programme was not designed to be reciprocal but became reciprocal over time, or
c) reciprocity was an outcome (the programme was reported by participants as being reciprocal).
We are accepting cases across a variety of sectors. We would like to hear from you if you have experience with reciprocal mentoring in the following sectors/industries: entrepreneurship, healthcare, education, the third sector, local & national government, membership organizations, large private sector organizations. Our book, tentatively titled Reciprocal Mentoring, is set to be published by the end of 2022.
We ask that case abstracts be submitted by 21st January 2022 and final cases be submitted by 14th April 2022.
The editorial process will take place between June and August 2022.
Read more at the link below: