I’ve lost track of how often I’ve heard and read: employers can’t find enough qualified candidates to fill in vacant positions.
One solution to this is to create team mentoring programs within organisations to grow and develop existing employees to meet current and future skill demands.
Team mentoring is when a few people with different skill sets, expertise and roles mentor one person. The mentee gets the benefit of years of experience and an array of skill sets while the mentors develop their own leadership, communication, and technical skills.
There’s no better way to improve at something than by coaching, teaching, and mentoring someone in that same task.
When putting together a team mentoring program, keep the following things in mind:
If you’d like help putting together a mentoring program just send me an email.
Allo there ~ I'm Renée and this is my blog on leadership and business development. Here I explore the nexus between leadership, conflict resolution, networks, innovation and prosperity.