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Avoiding Mid-Career Stalling

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Mentoring mid-career women is about social and organisational learning as much as individual learning. Participating in a mentoring program is becoming a staple of career growth and career planning for both men and women.

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  • Tacit Knowledge
  • Psychological Contract
  • Affective Loyalty
  • Informal Network
  • Normative Commitment

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Vongalis-Macrow, A. (2014). Avoiding Mid-Career Stalling. In: Vongalis-Macrow, A. (eds) Career Moves. SensePublishers, Rotterdam. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-6209-485-7_7

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