Overview : Mentoring is becoming increasingly recognized as one of the most powerful strategies in helping new employees transition to a new company, in assisting existing employees to grow within the organization and is probably the most important strategy for diversity initiatives.
Many people feel that mentoring is clearly understood, when it often isn't and, as a result, a bad mentoring program can lead to employees getting upset and, in some cases, deciding to leave the company.
If you're thinking about mentoring or have a mentoring program and want to make it better. This program will provide you with useful insights and ideas.
Why you should attend: Have an expert outline the key components for creating a professional mentoring program. We will cover the basics based upon our 250 best practices standards. Attending this program will allow you to better understand what's involved in creating and implementing a professional mentoring program. If you are thinking of creating a program, this will give you a good foundation for how to do it. If you have an existing program and want to improve it, it will give you useful ideas.
Areas Covered in the Session:
- What to consider in designing?
- What kind of mentoring model is best for you?
- What to consider in matching?
- What do you cover in training?
- What kind of follow-up do you do with pairs?
- How do you measure success?
- What is the role of the Mentoring Program Manager?
- What technology supports mentoring?
There may be many networking opportunities at the Best Practices for Creating a Professional Mentoring Program - Webinar by TrainHR. Find out more in the event details below.
|Conference/Event Dates:||08/08/2013 - 08/08/2013|
|Primary Industry:||Human Resources|
|Other Industries:||Business, Human Resources|
|Audience:||Who Will Benefit:
VPs of HR
Training and Development
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|No exhibiting at this event.||Electricity:||n/a|
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Rene D. Petrin : After spending years in human resources and discovering that most companies weren't doing an adequate job developing their number one asset-employees-Rene D. Petrin had a mission: to create an organization devoted solely to teaching businesses how to mentor talent.