Mentoring is a useful tool to promote effective learning at the workplace. An experienced colleague can be a better coach than a traditional classroom instructor who merely gives a lecture and disappears. Moreover, complex skills can be cultivated better by learning and practicing under the guidance of an able and experienced colleague than by mere instruction. Thus, the role of mentors has become crucial in facilitating individual learning and skill development. So, what are the techniques and strategies for incorporating mentoring into work-based learning activities?
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