• Report year:2017
  • Report author: Annelies E. M. Van Vianen, Doris Rosenauer, Astrid C. Homan, Christiane A. L. Horstmeier and Sven C. Voelpel
  • Organisation: University of Amsterdam
This study explores how supervisor career mentoring contributes to contemporary organiza-tional career development, which strives to foster employees' promotability while strengthen-ing their intention to stay. Specifically, focus on the implications of career mentoring inteam contexts. Applying a multilevel framework, we distinguish between individual-level differ-entiated mentoring (i.e., an employee’s mentoring perceptions as compared to those of otherteam members) and group-level career mentoring climate (i.e., the average perception across allgroup members).