9:00 AM - 11:00 AM
A powerful way to engage employees, improve performance, and build loyalty is to create a mentoring program. Pairing less experienced workers with tenured associates can help keep lines of communication open. An effective mentoring program demonstrates an interest in the long-term goals and success of employees, identifies opportunities to meet those goals, assists in succession planning, and passes on important values, expertise and experience.
What You’ll Learn
This course provides the essential elements for launching an effective mentoring initiative. You will determine the mentoring purpose and evaluate which mentee groups would be best served. Receive guidelines for accurately matching mentors with mentees, and learn a 5-step process for mentoring conversations designed to strengthen relationships.
Why you want to learn it
An ingenious mentoring program is like a giant think tank; it’s the sharing of ideas. And it’s not a one-way street. Tenured associated help less experienced employees by guiding them and sharing professional experiences, at the same time, those new kids on the block bring a fresh outlook and ideas to the table.
How it will help you
As a leader, you are probably already mentoring on a daily basis. But with a mentoring program, there are others to help you guide the less experienced. The best part is that everyone is engaged, and an engaged team is a happy and productive one!entors to mentees for win-win outcomes • Use a five step process for mentoring conversations to build strong relationships
At the end of this session, you will be able to:
- Apply the essentials for launching a successful mentoring initiative
- Determine a mentoring purpose and what mentee groups your program will serve
- Use guidelines to find, prepare and match mentors to mentees for win-win outcomes
- Use a five step process for mentoring conversations to build strong relationships
9:00 AM - 11:00 AM