Mentees and coachees

English translation: المُرشَدون والمتدربون

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Arabic term or phrase:Mentees and coachees
English translation:المُرشَدون والمتدربون
Entered by: Assem AlKhallouf

18:39 Feb 19, 2018
Arabic to English translations [PRO]
Education / Pedagogy
Arabic term or phrase: Mentees and coachees
Mentees are more active than coachees in building the relationship, often driving meetings and objectives. They must remain committed, actively participate and reflect upon their stated goals honestly. There is a requirement to respect ground rules; for example, not all mentors are happy leveraging their network. The mentee should stick to these rules, and be honest about their expectations.


what is the difference between Mentees and coachees?
Nada Emam
Egypt
المُرشَدون والمتدربون
Explanation:
المُرشَدون والمتدربون
المستفيدون من الإرشاد والتدريب
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Assem AlKhallouf
Syria
Local time: 21:38
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5 +2المُرشَدون والمتدربون
Assem AlKhallouf


  

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المُرشَدون والمتدربون


Explanation:
المُرشَدون والمتدربون
المستفيدون من الإرشاد والتدريب

Assem AlKhallouf
Syria
Local time: 21:38
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