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Posts with topic 'Mentoring Program Resources & Trends'
Date: Jul 15, 2021 9:30:00 AM
Building Critical Mentoring Skills One of the most common (and vexing) experiences for any parent with a young child is when the child asks why…incessantly. And while just thinking about this type of scenario can bring on an eye twitch, it actually provides a great example of how children embrace a wonderful curiosity for and openness to learning—something people seem to outgrow as they age.
Date: Jul 7, 2021 9:30:00 AM
The Mentoring ROI Numbers that Tell the Story Here at MentorcliQ we’ve helped our clients attain success with mentoring, helping them make a difference in employee development, engagement, retention, and productivity. In fact, research we conducted with our clients highlights the enormous factor mentoring can play in the life of employees and in the success of organizations.
Date: Jul 6, 2021 9:30:00 AM
The Personal Side of Mentoring As most of us have experienced, the lines between work life and home life have blurred in recent years. As a remote employee, I try to set boundaries for when I work so that I don’t lose my personal time altogether. But I have also found myself seeing parallels between my personal life and what I do for a living—telling people about mentoring. Mentoring is one of ...
Date: Jun 24, 2021 9:00:00 AM
Mentoring Programs Can Make a Difference As more and more of our lives become digital, distanced, and distracted, I find it telling that many HR folks have been talking a lot about soft skills—or the lack thereof within their employee populations. We’re all obsessed with being connected, but we don’t seem to do so well when it comes to actually connecting.
Date: Jun 23, 2021 9:00:00 AM
Finding the Right Balance in Group Mentoring No two mentoring relationships are the same. From traditional mentoring to reverse mentoring to group mentoring, the interactions and outcomes can vary based on the people involved, the goals they want to achieve, and the overall structure of the relationship.
Date: Jun 22, 2021 9:00:00 AM
Looking Beyond Generational Labels We have written before about how different generations view mentoring, and how their generational perspectives may impact their approach to mentoring specifically. It’s an intriguing theory that can help make sense of why some people see mentoring as a way to advance their career while others may see it as a form of collaboration.
Date: Jun 1, 2021 9:00:00 AM
Corporate Mentoring Programs at Work Randy Emelo’s 2015 book Modern Mentoring took the HR world by storm and quickly became a top seller for publisher ATD Press. In this revolutionary tome, Emelo provides ideas on how organizations can bring a fresh approach to mentoring that is better suited to today’s technologically focused work world, and he outlines how business mentoring programs can use ...
Date: May 11, 2021 9:00:00 AM
Questions for Your Mentor that Steer the Relationship Younger workers are doing quite a bit of job-hopping these days, which may resonate with you. Outside of a strong desire for more work flexibility and better pay, many workers are leaving jobs because they want employers that use mentoring to invest in their growth. Sound familiar? This is workplace mentoring programs are becoming a standard ...
Date: May 6, 2021 9:00:00 AM
Tips for Mentees and Mentors for Better Dialogue Mentoring can be a truly transformational process for the individuals involved. It can impact a person’s skill, ability, or career direction, which in turn can change their life. Mentoring program administrators and leaders can have a hand in these transformative powers by helping to build a sense of belonging and community through mentoring. ...
Date: May 4, 2021 9:00:00 AM
Include This in Mentoring Training At their core, mentoring relationships are about people. We connect with one another, we learn from one another, we support one another, and we grow because of our interactions with one another. Without that human element, mentoring loses its very essence.