It's that time of year, the time when all the "best of" lists start to surface. Here's ours! Our Best Mentoring Articles of 2015.
In reality, the dynamics of mentoring have really not changed in 25 years. What has changed over the last 25 years in regards to mentorship programs is the added value of technology to assist in matching and in communicating. Read more>>
Given two comparable job offers, if there is a mentoring program in place at one company, chances are that the prospective employee is likely to select that position. But how will she know about the program and how it will benefit her? All hiring managers should be promoting the company mentoring program as much as possible. We explore how in this article....read more>>
Sometimes for purposes of breaking down silo mentality and creating connections throughout the organization, we match from different disciplines. We have a two-fold philosophy as to why we do that. Read more>>
The Mentoring Program Manager (MPM) should form a task force of 6-8 people. Members of the task force will represent a cross-section of the organization, including potential mentors and mentorees, supervisory personnel, and any stakeholders who can bring value to the process. If you are interested in creating a pilot mentoring program for your organization, read more>>
The following pillars of my practice have formed the basis for how I have created my mentoring process. Read more>>
Did you have a favorite mentoring article of ours this year? We'd love to hear from you!