Rethinking the mentoring process for women micro-entrepreneurs
- L. Warren (2006). International Journal of Innovation and Learning, 387-402
- Abstract: Women in small/micro-enterprises may benefit from mentoring strategies that reflect evolving learning needs. A model is developed which reframes 'classical' understandings of mentoring, to enable women to become more proactive in managing their learning networks. Implications for the design of entrepreneurship development programmes and suggestions for future research are presented. Copyright 2006 Inderscience Enterprises Ltd.
- Theme: Women/Gender
- Keywords: Entrepreneurial networks, Experiential learning, Narrative analysis, Women-owned businesses, entrepreneur, womens status
- Reference type: Journal Article
- Geographic location: Europe, Global North