Mentoring plays a critical role in developing today’s leaders, yet international research shows that mentoring is listed by organizations as one of their top missing leadership skills. As companies continue to shift from a structured hierarchy to a network of global dynamic teams, mentoring programs can be one of the most effective ways to accelerate potential leaders through the leadership ranks.
The mentoring relationship is a process of engagement, a journey, resulting in growth experiences for both the mentor and mentee. The most successful programs have clearly structured personal and professional development objectives that are aligned with company goals and supported by the organizational culture.
The secret to proper alignment is people analytics. People analytics today brings together HR and business data from different parts of the business to address a wide range of challenges, including identifying high-value career paths and leadership candidates.
This presentation will explore how to use analytics to develop an effective mentoring program so that the investments of time, energy and resources for mentor, mentee, and the organization show real results!
This presentation will cover:
- What is mentoring and what is it not?
- How do organizations use mentoring? <