In today’s environment, our organization needs to handle more complex human resource and business situations, make decisions faster, and do more with less than they have in the past. Furthermore, in an increasingly competitive environment, organizations like ours must find innovative ways to attract, retain, and develop employees, and transfer knowledge from the more experienced to the less experienced. Mentoring is one way to address these challenges.
Mentors have always existed in our workplace. In many professions within our network, mentors are thought to enhance, if not ensure, the professional development and success of new employees. Increasingly, according to Employee Engagement survey data, more mid-career professionals are seeking mentors when they wish to develop new levels of expertise and to advance in their career.
Please review the information below for support with mentoring relationships and contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.