Structured mentoring programs have evolved in recent years to become a powerful tool for more than just learning and development. A well-designed and managed program can result in powerful cultural shifts, can improve organizational health and attract and retain quality talent.
To better understand this evolution and current trends, Art of Mentoring partnered with HR.com’s Research Institute to deliver an insightful and practical report on the State of Mentoring in the Workplace 2022. Our research findings were derived from over 300 HR industry professionals in virtually every industry vertical. The study represents a broad cross section of employers from small businesses with <50 employees to enterprises with 20,000+ employees.
Here’s what you’ll learn in this webinar:
Join Art of Mentoring’s Founder and CEO, Melissa Richardson, as she explores:
- The characteristics and purpose of mentoring programs. Why and how do companies use mentoring today?
- Success and satisfaction with mentoring programs. Why do some achieve success, where others fall short? What are the critical elements to ensure a mentoring program succeeds? How can this be measured?
- The various types of mentoring programs employed. For example, Diversity and Inclusion Programs, Women’s Programs, Leadership Programs, and the manner in which organizations currently deliver these programs, for example formal, informal, virtual and hybrid models.
- How internal or external resources are being used to manage the programs.
- The importance of Mentoring Training. The study confirms that it is a critical element to successful mentoring relationships, but how can companies provide this learning opportunity to their teams?
- The secrets of what sets quality mentoring programs apart from others and the risks of not doing it well. Is it worth the investment?
- What you can do today to improve your mentoring programs or create a new one that works.
Melissa Richardson, Founder and CEO, Art of Mentoring