By Laura Francis
Published in ATD
August 7, 2018
Mentoring relationships can generate positive results…if the programs are set up well. Unfortunately, not all mentoring programs are successful. So what goes wrong? Chris Browning shares five mistakes you will want to avoid in this ATD article.
Article Sneak Peek:
Mentoring is a go-to solution for many companies, and for good reason. It can help people advance their careers, build critical skills, and improve interpersonal effectiveness. Mentoring can also affect core organizational measures such as employee engagement, retention, and speed to productivity. For example, the 2016 Deloitte Millennial Survey found that those intending to stay with their organization for more than five years were twice as likely to have a mentor (68 percent) than not (32 percent). On top of all that, people want mentoring.
Yet, even given the positive results that can be achieved through mentoring, not all mentoring programs are successful. So what goes wrong? Here are five mistakes you want to avoid.
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