Best Mentoring of 2012

The five most popular pages on our website:


1. FAQs. This page was a winner last year as well. People seek info on all things related to mentoring, leadership development, and talent management, and we're happy that we can answer so many questions.


2. Coaching vs. Mentoring - What's the Difference? It's one of THE most asked questions, which is why we've devoted several pages and blog posts over the years to discussing the differences. Here's the most popular page answering that question.  


3. There's no place like home. Of course, our home page remains one of the most popular entry points to our site. We always post links to the latest white paper and blog posts on the home page, so it's a great page to bookmark.  


4. MentoringComplete. Many visitors who come to our site are looking for a solution to their mentoring program's woes. We're proud to offer a product that delivers everything an organization needs to create a successful mentoring program


5. Mentoring best practices. This free downloadable presentation remains one of the most popular offerings on our site. Have you seen it?


The five most popular blog posts from 2012 (based on page views).


1. Differences between formal and informal business mentoring.


2. Three mentoring skills ALL good mentors have.


3. Business mentoring agreement -- assigning objectives and guidelines.


4. Three things to keep in mind when designing a mentoring program.  


5. The ideal mentor profile for a successful mentoring relationship.


The five most popular white papers of 2012 (based on downloads)


1. Corporate Mentoring Models - One Size Doesn't Fit All 


2. So You Need a Business Mentoring Program - Now What? Here Are Three Things to Consider.


3. Executive Mentoring 101: What It Is & Why It Matters 


4. Five Ways Business Mentoring Fosters Career Advancement 


5. Five Ways Mentoring Can Help Your Company 


I hope you get a chance to check out some of these that you missed. If there are any topics you'd like us to cover, definitely let us know.

In the meantime, I wish you a happy, healthy, and prosperous 2013. See you next year!

As always, if you have questions or need more guidance, don't hesitate to contact us.

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