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MENTORING (Organizational Communication)Make sure to do each part separetly.Part IDefine the concept/theory (mentoring) : Remember to define the concept/theory. How do the experts define the concept/theory youve chosen?Analyze the concept. Remember, analysis is the process of breaking a complex topic or concept into smaller parts in order to gain a better understanding of it. This portion doesnt have to be extensive. Be sure youre demonstrating an understanding of the basic components of the theory/concept/approach you choose. The bulk of your post should be focused on Part II (below).Example: In Part I youll define the concept using the experts words and then youll simply describe how you understand the definition given by the experts. For example Miller defines concept X as provide definition (p. x). To me, this means, (describe the concept in your own words). Again, this does not need to be long. Youre setting the foundation for your critique in part II.Part II: Play Devils AdvocateIn Part II of your discussion post, critique the chosen theory/concept. What is missing? What doesnt work? What does the research supporting the theory/concept not account for? Use your experience and critical thinking skills to support your critique. For example, if a theory/concept talks about stages of group development, compare that to what youve seen and experienced in real life. Maybe in your experience, groups dont develop in such a linear fashion. The goal is to critique the theory/concept with comparisons to your personal experience.SOURCES: Use the attached document text for reference. The text in red is from the book Organizing Relationships, Patricia M. Sias, 2009, chapter 3.