The business case for mentoring

Mentoring is more than personal professional development, the implementation of a structured mentoring program is an effective business strategy for your organisation, association or educational faculty that can transform your culture, improve your employee performance or member proposition value, and positively impact your financial bottom line.

Structured mentoring programs provide a competitive edge by investing in your number one asset – your staff, members or students.

The implementation of a mentoring program can:

  • transform your company culture
  • improve your Employee Value Proposition (EVP) or membership engagement
  • positively impact your financial bottom line
  • increase leadership capacity
  • enable transfer of knowledge between staff, to retain company IP
  • improve career progression planning
  • attract program sponsorship

We work with associations, corporations, universities and government departments to design, implement and manage high-quality and cost-effective mentoring programs. By utilising the latest in mentoring technology, we support mentoring programs of all shapes and sizes, specialising in mentoring programs for graphically-dispersed organisations.

Primary benefits of implementing a mentoring program for:

Associations

  • Engage and retain millennial members
  • Build relationships
  • Achieve industry-specific objectives
  • Introduce a new
    revenue stream

Corporations and Government

  • Attract and retain top talent
  • Increase productivity
  • Enhance communication
  • Cultivate leadership capacity
  • Improve workplace culture

Universities

  • Attract and retain top talent
  • Attract diverse stakeholders
  • Increase productivity
  • Improve alumni engagement
  • Cultivate student leadership

Research shows the implementation of a mentoring program within organisations:

  • Supports graduate to career transition
  • Improves career development opportunities
  • Creates intergenerational links and transfers knowledge from Baby Boomers
  • Engages and connects employees, members or students
  • Provides support and reduces isolation within the organisation
  • Engages and supports career development within minority groups
  • Provides an avenue for more experienced members to give back
  • Builds mentoring and leadership skills and capacity