Do Organizations Know what it Takes to MENTOR New Personnel?


 
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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.

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MENTOR also can Be:
sam katz, United States, Member
Ps Mr. Williams, consider also:
M OTIVATE
E NGAGE
N ETWORK
T RAIN
O BSERVE
R ECOGNITION....Sign up
 

 
Additional Aspects of Mentoring
Dinesh Divekar, Member
Dear Haren Williams, thank you very much for your write up on mentoring.
Having conducted training on this subject a couple of times, I can say t...Sign up
 

 
Mentoring as a Comprehensive Tool for Strategy Processes
collin kamalizeni, Consultant, Swaziland, Member
All contributions are excellent and if taken in totality will make a huge impact. Mentoring should also be treated as an on-going exercise open to all...Sign up
 

 
Mentoring New Personnel
leonard haggai oduori, Project Manager, Kenya, Member
Mentoring new employees is a very useful aspect that hardly gets attention in many organizations. Mentoring can help new employees find their space in...Sign up
 

 
Mentoring, a Vital Aspect of Staff Training
Sappor, HR Consultant, Ghana, Member
I perfectly agree with you Leo, I am still fighting hard in my Department to bring Mentoring and Coaching of staff to the fore!
I will persevere....Sign up
 

 
Mentoring and Coaching
Belay Gezahegn, Director, Ethiopia, Member
What is the difference between coaching and mentoring? HR professional usually use these words interchangeably. Do they have well defined differences?...Sign up
 

 
Mentoring while Performing the Duties
Gobinda Chandra Das, Accountant, India, Member
Thanks Mr. Williams, your MENTOR concept is very logical and instructive also.
- In my view "Observation" relates to Objectives. Unless the motto...Sign up
 

 
 


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