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Mentoring in the Middle

Agencies need flexible and effective ways to promote employee growth. A robust mentoring program can help.

Get Ready for Your Mentoring Relationship

Most professionals do not deny that mentoring is an important leader ship competency and often a professional responsibility. Yet, most leaders, while well intentioned, are underprepared for the mentor role. Leaders who make the time to prepare themselves to be mentors report increased self-awareness, confidence, and competence in the role,…

Why Not Mentoring?

In a recent ASTD/i4cp research report, “Learning in a Down Economy,” only 23 percent of learning professionals admit that their firms currently use mentoring and peer coaching to a high or very high extent, while more than 67 percent of learning executives say that they should be using mentoring or coaching to a high or…

The Guiding Hand: Mentoring Women

“I was surprised by the cold shoulder I got from other executives,” says Garber, chief operating officer at International SOS Assistance. “I’ve been open to mentoring other women.” Fortunately, a furious search did not end in futility. She met the ideal mentor at a time when she wasn’t even looking. She struck up…

Mentoring for the Millennials

A communications company adapts its traditional mentoring program to better suit the interests and attributes of its young workforce.

Make Mentoring Work for You: Ten Strategies for Success

The pervasiveness and popularity of mentoring is undeniable. That it results in significant personal growth and career development is indisputable. That it holds the potential to change people’s perspectives and the quality of their lives is irrefutable. Learning and development professionals spend a great deal o…

Begin With the End in Mind: The Goal-Driven Mentoring Relationship

Clarifying and articulating learning goals is indispensable to the success of a mentoring relationship. While some mentees come to a mentoring relationship with well-defined goals, it is more the exception than the rule. Most mentees come with a general idea about what they want to learn. That idea becomes th…

All About Mentoring

Cardinal Health created an intentional mentoring process, building on the informal mentoring it had relied on before.

Mentoring: The Glue That Makes Employees Stick

Lauren Trees explains how mentoring programs can help transfer knowledge, allow employees to develop their interpersonal skills and advance their careers, or simply help people fit in.

Mentoring on an International Stage

Doug Lawrence shares the elements to expanding a mentoring business globally: know your vision, find the right partner, respect the local culture, and link values.

Mentoring Is About Connection

ATD 2016 speaker Jenn Labin previews the AXLES Model, which guides talent development practitioners through the process of developing a mentoring program.

Finding Time for Mentoring

People who are committed to mentoring make time for it. Randy Emelo, author of Modern Mentoring, says determining the scope of the relationship can help estimate how much time you will need.

Ensure Mentoring Program Success

These videos from Jenn Labin highlight some sage advice from her new book Mentoring Programs That Work.

A Corporate Mentoring Program Won’t Do Much for a Company Unless It’s “Well-Leveraged”

(From PRWEB) — Management Mentors, a mentoring consulting firm that designs and implements world-class corporate mentoring programs, announced its latest thought paper “The Well-Leveraged Corporate Mentoring Program: Understanding How to Leverage Yours in Order to Attract, Develop, and Retain Top Talent.” The thought paper will serve as a resource for companies and organizations that have–or are considering–a formal mentoring program. People can download the white paper for free by visiting the http://www.management-mentors.com/benefits-online-mentoring-software Management Mentors corporate website. As for what inspired this topic? Rene Petrin, president of Management Mentors, says, “Most organizations have a decent understanding of corporate mentoring and its benefits. In fact, 70% of Fortune 500 companies have a formal mentoring program. But what we’ve noticed is that many of these companies don’t leverage their programs to get the biggest bang for their mentoring buck. This thought paper shows companies how to get the biggest ROI through practical steps using social media, the company’s website, and PR, just to name a few items.” In addition, the thought paper provides information on how to use a mentoring program to recruit new employees and develop mentoring behaviors in all employees, not just those in the program. The paper also talks about how to keep employees engaged once they’ve cycled through a mentoring program through things like speed mentoring and reverse mentoring. Read more.

Are You Ready for Modern Mentoring?

From the ATD 2015 International Conference & EXPO: Mentoring, as you know it, is dead. Forget one-to-one relationships that are for the few and the elite.

On Track With Mentoring at BNSF

From Learn from the BEST 2016: BNSF Railway has leveraged mentoring as a critical lever for developing high-performing and high-potential leaders. Learn how BNSF Railway advances leadership capabilities while fostering a mentoring culture.

Best Practices for Developing a Mentoring Program

Jenn Labin is the author of Mentoring Programs That Work and is facilitator of Essentials of Developing a Mentoring Program. In this podcast, Jenn shares her insights on developing mentoring programs, discusses the AXLES framework, and recommends tools for program development.

Real-World Mentoring

In this video, Jenn Labin, author of the upcoming book Mentoring Programs That Work, discusses what it really takes to have a successful mentoring relationship and how to ask someone to be your mentor. For more, visit www.td.org/MentorProgramsWork

The Benefits and Challenges of Mentoring Programs

In this video, Jenn Labin, author of the upcoming book Mentoring Programs That Work, explains why she loves mentoring programs and why her model will help you overcome your mentoring program challenges. For more, visit www.td.org/MentorProgramsWork

Tech-Infused Mentoring

Online mentoring technology can offer an efficient solution for the challenges of implementing and managing a successful program.

Shifting the Shape of Mentoring

September:
Rockwell Collins creates a global mentoring culture by listening to employees’ needs and embracing cutting-edge technology.

Fostering a Mentoring Culture

This excerpt is from a Q&A with Lois Zachary, president of Leadership Development Services. In it, Zachary explains what executives can do to encourage a mentoring culture in their organizations.

Conversations With Mentoring Leaders

June:
Three companies have three different mentoring approaches, but all believe that mentoring shares knowledge and builds skills competency while increasing employee engagement and developing connectivity.

Group Mentoring Topics

An Infoline job aid, “Group Mentoring Topics.” Jump-start group mentoring with these templates, which provide a framework for collaboration and a foundation for learning conversations.

Essentials of Developing a Mentoring Program

The task of designing and developing a mentoring program can be daunting. This workshop examines what you need to develop a successful mentoring program, and provides you with best practices for implementing it.

Structured Mentoring: A Performance Approach

Mentoring is a powerful way to retain talent, support employee development, and improve job performance. This issue identifies critical success factors for setting up structured mentoring programs that focus on the acquisition of specific skill sets in specific contexts. It explores the value of structured mentoring programs and their capacity to quickly get employees up-to-speed on new tasks significantly and measurably improving performance.

Creating a Modern Mentoring Culture

Mentoring has come a long way from the one-on-one exchange between an older mentor and younger mentee. Read this Infoline to learn modern mentoring techniques such as community, group, reverse mentoring that harness that power of technology to transfer knowledge and improve productivity. This Infoline will:

Mentoring Programs That Work

Mentoring Programs That Work will help your organization succeed by providing a model to build connections between people.

Creating Mentoring and Coaching Programs (In Action Case Study Series)

Are mentoring and coaching programs being effectively employed in your organization? Today, these programs are essential organizational development tools for HR managers, training and development professionals, and performance technologists. The 12 case studies illustrate best practices and earned solutions you can model in your organization.

Creating a Mentoring Program

Engage your employees with a mentoring program that spans across the generations. Creating a Mentoring Program give you the tools to create a successful program.

Mentoring and Career Development

Mentoring is a process of developing formal relationships between junior and senior members of the organisation, in certain cases mentoring also takes place between peers.