Leadership mentoring focuses on the cultivation of the next generation of leaders. Browse through articles that provide tips and case studies for mentors and mentees alike, discussing the qualities of effective leadership, the mentorship journey for aspiring leaders, and how experienced mentors can shape the leaders of tomorrow.
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It is a sad fact that retirement often means that for many organisations and professions a wealth of knowledge and experience walks out of the door along with the retiree.
Attracting, developing and retaining great employees is a necessary but expensive process. But what would happen if those employees decide it's time for them to move on either to retirement or a new role?
Have you ever wondered why, no matter what training or policies you put in place, the diversity of your workforce has failed to improve? Perhaps you're already considering using mentoring to help create diversity and inclusion within your organisation. Well, you're not alone...
For employers and organisations with multi-generational workforces now is the time to consider how to build engagement, understanding and productivity across the generations.
The post pandemic work landscape means more people are now working remotely and adapting to the virtual work environment. This is throwing up all manner of new challenges that we need to work through, not least how to successfully onboard and retain new employees.
You may have heard of reverse mentoring, and even have a thorough understanding of it, but actually implementing a reverse mentoring programme within a workplace, an association or university can be quite daunting. So, how do you get started?
A recent article in People Management Magazine reported that 75 percent of senior HR leaders believe economic uncertainty is impacting their company's learning and development strategy for 2023, with many looking to cut training costs as a result.
While there is widespread consensus that mentoring is critical to an organisation's long-term success, defining mentoring is now becoming more challenging as it moves away from its traditional form.
A survey by Accountemps, found that 86 percent of CFOs believed that having a mentor is somewhat or very important for career development - yet only 26 percent of workers have a mentor.
You've probably already heard that peer to peer mentoring can be hugely beneficial in an organisation? But, maybe you feel a little overwhelmed as to where to start? Or perhaps you're wondering how to create time to manage it, match people up and make sure that people in your organisation actually participate in the peer mentoring program?
Over the last 12 months, PLD has continued to see steady growth in the number of organisations implementing mentoring programmes to help support and develop their members. It has certainly provided an important source of support and a mechanism to continue professional development throughout the pandemic.
Employee mentoring programs can enable you to get more from your most valuable resource, your employees. An effective workplace mentoring program could prove to be an important benefit to both existing and prospective employees.
With 2020 rapidly approaching many of us are starting to think about resolutions for the New Year. We probably made resolutions last year, possibly the same ones we are going to make this year...
According to a 2019 survey by Pearson Business School, nearly a fifth of graduates were found to be not "workplace-ready". Just 13% of the 531 employers and HR leaders who took part in the research felt that graduates were ready to hit the ground running after university.