The Value of Workplace MentoringPosted in : HR Updates on 11 September 2018 Issues covered:
A recent American Society for Training and Development study found that 71% of Fortune 500 companies have some type of corporate mentorship programme and that 75% of their executives credit their mentors with helping them reach their current position.
The rise of such schemes in today’s hyper-competitive economy suggests organisations believe it can help drive revenue and reduce costs. No longer an after-thought or “add-on” to corporate strategy, Joanne McAuley explores some of the increasingly recognised benefits of a structured workplace mentoring programme. No matter how simple or complex the programme, Joanne looks at the issues to be considered when implementing such an initiative.
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