Does your organization suffer from lack of employee morale? Are you worried about pouring dollars into recruiting top talent, only to see these people leave a couple of years later? Are you trying to figure out how to help the leaders in your organization reach the next level in their professional development? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then a mentoring program might be exactly what your organization needs.
"Mentoring: A Business Strategy That Works" is a short primer for those considering implementing a mentoring program. It covers the basics, like the difference between mentoring and coaching; it identifies the different types of mentoring models to consider; and it discusses the many benefits of business mentoring.
Based on the author's deep expertise in the mentoring field, and his twenty-plus years "in the trenches" of designing and implementing world-class mentoring programs, "Mentoring: A Business Strategy That Works" will serve as your go-to reference.