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This webinar will cover the value that mentoring can have on your organization's career development efforts. In this webinar, you will learn about the business case for implementing a mentorship program within your organization and provide you with tools and tips that successful mentorship initiatives should exemplify.
Why should you Attend:
Is your organization doing what it takes to foster successful mentor-mentee relationships among your staff? Mentorship programs play a vital role in your organization's succession planning and career development efforts. How do you know that your company's mentorship program is going to be effective? By attending this webinar, you will gain the tools and tips necessary for: establishing the business case for mentorship programs, mentor matching, the role of the mentor, the role of the mentee and how to establish a lasting and effective relationship.
Areas Covered in the Session:
Who Will Benefit:
- The Business Case for Mentorship
- Role Clarification
- Defining Mentoring
- Identifying Role of a Mentor vs. Manager for Development at Eisenmann
- Mentor Matching
- Deciding how Mentors should get a Assigned (or if they should)
- Identifying who should Become Mentors and Why
- Tools and Tips for:
- Mentorship Conversations
- Maintaining the Relationship
- HR Professionals
- Senior Managers
Megan Little As a Senior Consultant at Integral Talent Systems Inc.,She works in the field of Talent Management Consulting which encompasses recruiting, on-boarding, career development, succession planning, retention and engagement. Megan specializes in Industrial and Organizational Psychology. Her experience in Career Development, Leadership, Training and Development, Statistical Analysis, Project Management, and Organizational Assessment provide her with the skills and subject matter expertise necessary for assessing talent needs within an organization. Megan has played a key role in the distribution and analysis of professional assessments including person-job match, competency modeling and 360 Feedback Surveys at such organizations as Banana Republic, Satellite HealthCare and Taulia and has acted as a project manager for the development and implementation of career development and mentorship programs at Eisenmann.