Dissertation/Thesis Abstract

The effectiveness of mentorship among U.S. Army warrant officers: A quantitative study
by Mason, Ta'Shay, D.Ed., Argosy University/Washington DC, 2013, 104; 3714836
Abstract (Summary)

Mentorship is very essential within the United States Army across all ranks, particularly Warrant Officers. A quantitative study was conducted to research the effectiveness of mentorship within the U.S. Army Warrant Officer Corps. Eighty-six out of 205 Warrant Officers participated in the survey. The Warrant Officers were separated into four groups (early career, mid-to-late career, active duty, and United States Army Reserves (USAR)). The survey was a combination of two surveys (Mentoring Assessment and Mentoring Scale) and was comprised of a demographics section, Mentoring Scale, Mentoring Assessment, career development, and Army Mentorship Program questions. The results showed how effective mentorship is; however, it does not statistically show differences between the four groups. This study has shown that there should be more studies involving Warrant Officers and there should be studies conducted on servant leadership within the U.S. Army.

Indexing (document details)
Advisor: Klinefelter, Grace
School: Argosy University/Washington DC
School Location: United States -- District of Columbia
Source: DAI-A 76/10(E), Dissertation Abstracts International
Subjects: Management, Organizational behavior, Military studies
Keywords: Intelligence, Mentor, Mentorship, Military, U.s. army, Warrant officers
Publication Number: 3714836
ISBN: 978-1-321-92608-8
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