By Laura Francis
Published in Training Journal
October 17, 2019
Making mentoring a part of your organizational culture is one factor that will set great companies apart from the pack. Discover three tips to help make this happen in this Training Journal article by River’s Laura Francis.
Article Sneak Peek:
Mentoring is a go-to employee development solution for organisations because it can impact employee retention, productivity, engagement, leadership abilities, skill development and morale.
DDI’s Global Leadership Forecast 2018 report found that having a formal mentoring programme led to the following benefits:
- 23% more critical roles can be filled immediately.
- 46% higher leader quality overall.
- 20% lower turnover.
- 1.7 times more capable of capturing organisational knowledge before it is lost.
Making mentoring a part of your organisational culture is one factor that will set great organisations apart from the pack. To achieve this, you must have an intentional plan for your mentoring programme, and you need to have the support of your executive team to make sure it happens.
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