The Mentorship Effectiveness Scale was developed to provide a standardized tool for rating the mentorship experience and effectiveness of the mentor, focusing specifically on 12 behavioral aspects of the mentor. The format for the Mentorship Effectiveness Scale consists of a 12-item questionnaire and a 6-point Likert-style response for each.
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