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==Historical==
 
==Historical==
The roots of the practice are lost in antiquity. The word itself was inspired by the character of [[Mentor]] in [[Homer]]'s ''[[Odyssey]]''. Though the actual Mentor in the story is a somewhat ineffective old man, the goddess [[Athena]] takes on his appearance in order to guide young [[Telemachus]] in his time of difficulty.
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The roots of the practice are lost in antiquity. The word himself was inspired by the character of [[Mentor]] in [[Homer]]'s ''[[Odyssey]]''. Though the actual Mentor in the story is a somewhat ineffective old man, the goddess [[Athena]] takes on his appearance in order to guide young [[Telemachus]] in his time of difficulty.
   
 
Historically significant systems of mentorship include traditional [[Pederasty in ancient Greece|Greek pederasty]], the [[Guru-shishya tradition|guru - disciple tradition]] practiced in [[Hinduism]] and [[Buddhism]], [[Elder (administrative title)|Elder]]s, the discipleship system practiced by [[Rabbi]]nical [[Judaism]] and the [[Christianity|Christian]] church, and [[apprentice|apprenticing]] under the medieval [[guild]] system.
 
Historically significant systems of mentorship include traditional [[Pederasty in ancient Greece|Greek pederasty]], the [[Guru-shishya tradition|guru - disciple tradition]] practiced in [[Hinduism]] and [[Buddhism]], [[Elder (administrative title)|Elder]]s, the discipleship system practiced by [[Rabbi]]nical [[Judaism]] and the [[Christianity|Christian]] church, and [[apprentice|apprenticing]] under the medieval [[guild]] system.
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The focus of mentoring is to develop the whole person and so the techniques are broad and require wisdom in order to be used appropriately.<ref>{{cite book | title=Effective Teaching and Mentoring| author=Daloz, L. A. | year=1990 | publisher=Jossey Bass | location=San Francisco | pages=20}}</ref>
 
The focus of mentoring is to develop the whole person and so the techniques are broad and require wisdom in order to be used appropriately.<ref>{{cite book | title=Effective Teaching and Mentoring| author=Daloz, L. A. | year=1990 | publisher=Jossey Bass | location=San Francisco | pages=20}}</ref>
   
A 1995 study of mentoring techniques most commonly used in business<ref name="Aubrey1995">{{cite book |title=Working Wisdom: Timeless Skills and Vanguard Strategies for Learning Organizations |publisher=Jossey Bass |year=1995 |pages=23, 44–47, 96–97 |author=Aubrey, Bob and Cohen, Paul}}</ref> found that the five most commonly used techniques among mentors were:
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A 1995 study of mentoring techniques most commonly used stephehn is so cool and he is so sexy ...in business<ref name="Aubrey1995">{{cite book |title=Working Wisdom: Timeless Skills and Vanguard Strategies for Learning Organizations |publisher=Jossey Bass |year=1995 |pages=23, 44–47, 96–97 |author=Aubrey, Bob and Cohen, Paul}}</ref> found that the five most commonly used techniques among mentors were:
   
 
# ''Accompanying:'' making a commitment in a caring way, which involves taking part in the learning process side-by-side with the learner.
 
# ''Accompanying:'' making a commitment in a caring way, which involves taking part in the learning process side-by-side with the learner.
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