Peer mentoring showcases the power of collaborative growth and mutual learning. Here, you will find articles that celebrate the shared development experiences among colleagues at similar stages in their careers.
Learn how peer mentoring can build a supportive community, enhance team dynamics, and provide a unique platform for exchanging knowledge.
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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?
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.
One of the standout legacies of the Covid pandemic has been the way it has revolutionised the workplace. Overnight, organisations had to gear up to home and distance working in a way that would have been unimaginable 12 months earlier.
If you're looking for ways to attract talent to your company, you're probably already wondering how other companies do it - and how to stand out from the competition. Or perhaps you've recently lost some talent?