CEU Exam: Mentoring, A Simple, Effective, Companywide Approach

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Question 1 *

According to the presenter, the characteristics of a mentor are:

Educate, accessible, specific, humble
Educate, accessible, humble, structured
Accessible, specific, humble, older
Accessible, specific, communicative, older
Question 2 *

Mentoring—formal or informal—can increase productivity by:

1%
2%
3%
4%
Question 3 *

True or false: Mentoring happens and starts when you have a specific need or assignment.

True
False
Question 4 *

Internal formal training and mentoring programs typically are sponsored by and tracked by:

Corporate human resources
Supervisor
Peer/colleague group
None of the above
Question 5 *

What do we look at when matching a mentor to a mentee?

Nonparallel personality
Age difference
Different technical backgrounds
All of the above
None of the above
Question 6 *

True or false: The experience gap of 12 to 15 years is traditionally the maximum gap between mentors and mentees.

True
False
Question 7 *

True or false: It’s important to have gender matches between mentors and mentees.

True
False
Question 8 *

One criterion to have a good internal mentoring program is:

Known expectations
Money/funds to support
Set very specific time for program meetings
Keep relationship secretive and quiet
Question 9 *

True or false: Younger employees can be mentors to older employees.

True
False
Question 10 *

The No. 1 reason mentoring programs fail is because:

Mentees have multiple mentors and are, therefore, disloyal
Mentors don’t show they care
There isn’t enough monetary support
All of the above
None of the above
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