The impact of COVID–19 and remote working has propelled the need for human connection and belonging into the spotlight. Employees want to contribute to purposeful work, establish meaningful connections in their work environment, and their expectations of employers are much more than simply making money.
Organizations are identifying the need to move from short term fixes, to implementing significant cultural changes to meet the needs of their employees. The growing trend toward implementing purpose–led Mentoring within organizations to meet this need and to curb the impact of The Great Resignation, is a no–brainer. Proactive organizations want to get ahead of the curve and implement programs to retain valuable talent and provide opportunity for development. The expectations of employees have shifted, are you ready to meet their needs?
Join us as Art of Mentoring’s Co-CEO, Alex Richardson reframes what it means to engage employees meaningfully to retain talent, and positively impact the culture of your organization.
What you will learn:
- What outcomes you can expect from mentoring
- How mentoring can attract, engage and retain your valuable talent
- The role of mentoring in culture and organizational health
Co-CEO and Chief Growth Officer, Art of Mentoring