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Amalan Komunikasi dalam Program Mentoring: Pemindahan Pengetahuan, Kemahiran dan Kebolehan Memainkan Peranan Bersyarat dalam Organisasi

Azman Ismail, and Kamsiah Hasbullah, and Rizal Abu Bakar, and Ali Boerhannoeddin, (2005) Amalan Komunikasi dalam Program Mentoring: Pemindahan Pengetahuan, Kemahiran dan Kebolehan Memainkan Peranan Bersyarat dalam Organisasi. Jurnal Pendidikan, 25 (Malay Language Version) . pp. 93-115. ISSN 0126-5261

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Universiti Malaysia Sarawak. Faculty of Cognitive Science and Human Development
Universiti Malaysia Sarawak. Faculty of Cognitive Science and Human Development.
Universiti Malaysia Sarawak. Faculty of Cognitive Science and Human Development.
University of Malaya. Faculty of Economics and Administration


Literature on mentoring programs describe that an active, planned and honest communication between mentor and mentee can lead to positive attitude and behavior. However, the effect of communication between mentor and mentee on attitude and individual behavior (such as self-leadership and academic performance) is unclear if knowledge, skills, and ability transfer take place in mentoring programs. Based on literature findings, a conceptual framework was developed and examined by using an interview technique and self-report survey. Some 100 respondents from one of the public universities in East Malaysia (UAMT), who enrolled in the third semester of 2004/2005, participated in this study. Results on hypotheses were examined using hierarchical regression moderation and these suggested that knowledge, skills and ability transfer improved the effect of communication between mentor and mentee with respect to self-leadership. However, findings failed to give effect on communication between mentor and mentee relating to academic performance. Findings also indicated that knowledge, skills and ability transfer moderate the relationship between mentor and mentee‘s communication, as well as attitude and individual behavior. Hence, the implication of this study on theories and mentoring practices, limitation of the conceptual framework research methodology and recommendations for future study were made.

Item Type:Journal
Keywords:Mentoring system in education, Malaysia
Subjects:L Education
ID Code:5400

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