Dr. William A. Gray

Biography

About Dr. William A. Gray:

After earning a PhD from the University of Texas, I taught at the University of British Columbia for 15 years, where I began to do research on how to develop successful Formalized Mentoring Programs and train Mentor-Protege Partners to achieve intended goals.
Seeing the benefits gained by proteges, mentors and the sponsoring organization, I left academia in 1986 to devote myself full-time to foster formalized mentoring [along with my wife, Marilynne Miles Gray]. Together, we organized the First International Conference on Mentoring and published the only journal on mentoring.
I have trained over 20,000 mentors and proteges to work together, using Gray's Mentor-Protege Relationship Model™ and materials we especially developed, such as the Mentoring Compatibility Indicator™, Mentoring Style Indicator™, Mentoring Action Plan™, Mentoring Agreement™, and Protege Needs Inventory™. Since 1978, I’ve helped over 150 organizations to define, design and deliver different kinds of Mentoring Programs and develop Mentoring Relationships that Work. Contact me at: (250) 652-0324.

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Books

Situational Mentoring
Price: $1.99 USD. Words: 17,680. Language: English. Published: January 20, 2012 by Dr. William A. Gray. Categories: Nonfiction » Business & Economics » Personal success, Nonfiction » Education and Study Guides » Professional development
Have you needed mentor direction, but received none? Has a mentor told you what to do, when you needed a sounding board? Did a protege not heed your wise counsel? Or was too dependent? If you answered “Yes,” Situational Mentoring will be useful. Book purchasers can receive a free copy of the Mentoring Style Indicator by contacting Dr. Gray, so you can identify your preferred Mentoring Style.

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