Establishing an Effective Mentoring Program
1 hour 30 minutes
Learn the steps needed to design and implement an effective workplace mentoring program.
Research suggests that by 2030, there will be a global human talent shortage of more than 85 million people resulting in about $8.5 trillion in unrealized annual revenues. If you think your company is immune, think again. The looming talent shortages will ripple across industries and continents. By 2030 in the United States, baby boomers will have shifted out of the workforce, but the younger generations will not have had the experience or training to take on many of the high-skilled jobs left behind. So how do you establish a mentoring program that strengthens leadership, increases engagement, and builds a culture and brand known for sustainable performance? This topic will show you a thought-provoking framework to create an effective mentoring program. In this information you will discover three fundamental steps to establish a highly effective mentoring program with sustainable, profound, and lasting outcomes. Identify your key strategies to get buy-in for a mentoring program that builds a Culture of Distinction™ and elevates your company’s brand in the marketplace. Identify ways to integrate a cost-effective mentoring program that is easily implementable with limited resources. In the end you will walk away with a solid framework and a value-added toolkit to take the next steps to integrating a mentoring program that doesn’t break your back or the bank.
• You will be able to identify benefits for an effective mentoring program and how to use them to enroll others into establishing a mentoring program.
• You will be able to recognize the three fundamental steps to establish a highly-effective mentoring program with sustainable outcomes.
• You will be able to explain how to set up your enrollment conversation to get buy-in for a mentoring program that builds your company’s culture and brand.
• You will be able to describe ways to integrate a cost-effective mentoring program that is easily implementable with limited resources.