Identifying, mentoring, and opening pathways for talent.
For Leaders, Managers & Visionaries ready to take experienced talent and new talent to the next level.
“Do we live in answers or are we open to exploring in questions?” Claire Zammit, Ph.D. - Feminine Power
“When I met my mentor as a sophomore in college, I was not prepared to be prompted to step out of my comfort zone. Having a mentor enabled me to gain leadership skills.
I learned to cultivate myself as a young professional in the business world. A new person entering the job market will have many questions, and I cannot understate the value of a mentor who can provide insight; to help them navigate the beginning of their career.”
Shenae D. - B.S. Business Administration, Management Information Systems ‘2018
Professional Development: Mentorship in your Organization
Is it time to redefine Mentorship in your organization to retain good workforce?
Discover a new definition of mentorship.
❓Who: An individual possessing specific expertise, encouraging another who is also interested in that expertise. Mentorship.
❓What: Talented individuals, together, examine and develop desired personal or professional skills and talents with personal and professional outcomes. Mentorship.
❓How: Reaching for and attaining an intended goal, or wanted skill through a confidential, mutual, interaction based up trust, and empathy. Mentorship.
Discover: What it means to be a mentor, a mentee, peer mentoring and reciprocal mentorships.
Learn about the benefits mentorship offers both leaders and followers, and why making time for one another is an investment with a big payoff. Discuss how the impact of mentoring runs two-ways, and the far-reaching benefits of mentoring.
Think about how the Mentoring relationship is a continuous conversation addressing a specific question or intended goal.
Consider how will you as a leader, manager, or visionary invest in your team’s power to mentor and be mentored.
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