Learning and development (L&D) is a critical area of a business’s future, but it’s sometimes difficult to get enough of a budget to do what you want. In today’s market, employers are finding it even more difficult than usual to hire employees with the experience they need, making training even more important. So how can […]
Tag: Mentoring Programs
Mentorship programs are becoming an important part of the modern-day workplace. Consider the fact that 83% of workers have participated in a mentoring program and admit that their experience positively influenced their desire to stay with an organization. Furthermore, 56% of Americans have had a professional mentor or have one now.
Upskilling your employees now is imperative if you want your organization to remain competitive and successful, so here are a few things you can do to start this process.
Research and studies reveal how beneficial career mentoring programs are to mentors, mentees, workplaces, organizations, and even entire industries, so whether you’re interested in improving your current career mentoring program or starting a new one, below is more detailed information about career mentoring that you’ll want to explore.
Did you know that 69% of employees are more likely to stay with a company for 3 years (or longer) if they experience great onboarding and that organizations with a standard onboarding process experience 50% greater levels of productivity from their new hires?
According to recent research, 83% of workers participating in a mentoring program admitted that their experiences positively influenced their desire to stay at their organizations. And, luckily, there are many types of mentor-mentee relationships that your organization can help promote via various types of mentorship programs.
In a previous post, we discussed the difference between mentors and sponsors in the workplace.
We’ve talked a lot about the profound impacts a mentor can have on an employee’s learning and development. Effective mentors can provide their protégés with valuable insights into their experiences in the industry as well as the organization and can help guide them on the path to career advancement. But we haven’t talked a great […]
Continuing from yesterday’s post, here are the remaining steps you’ll want to follow when you’re training your employees to be more emotionally intelligent.
Your success as a mentor is tied to the success of your mentees. And while you certainly won’t offer your mentees bad advice on purpose, you might unknowingly do so. (See yesterday’s post with advice for mentees who get bad advice.)