Do Organizations Know what it Takes to MENTOR New Personnel?
Harlen Williams, Student, United States, Member
Companies should exercise an unyielding commitment to increasing the availability of on-the-job developmental experiences through mentoring. Uncompromising support for the advancement of knowledge and skills should be demonstrated through all phases of the process with the ambition of retaining new employees well into the future.
Mentors direct the performance of “rookie” employees through a partnership intended to accelerate the orientation of new hires. The success of this “introductory” phase begins with the acronym MENTOR, designed to provide companies with an understanding of how the aspects of:
M - Management
E - Empathy
N - Networks
T - Training
O - Observation, and
R - Relentlessness
assist in facilitating the personal and professional growth of new members.
The foundation of any mentoring program requires support from management with the aim of developing and retaining talent within the organization. Through company sponsored mentoring, management can (...) Read more? Sign up for free
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