Some of our thoughts on HR and Mentorship
Resistance to change: How to start a mentoring program in a more traditional business
Regardless of their size, organisations can be very slow to change. While this resistance to change can be good because it prevents the company from being caught up in short-lived trends, it can also mean the organisation does not adapt as well as it could. It may also mean that the organisation is not well-equipped to tackle employee issues like engagement.
Entering the Workplace for the First Time
Over half of those interviewed expressed concern over their transition to the “real world.” Moving from a college environment to a workplace can be a daunting experience. In a school atmosphere, most students have a clear outline in the syllabus about the expectations put on them. They also regularly get graded on their performance. However, in a work environment, the expectations are not so clear and there is no professor there to guide and grade them.
The Psychology of Mentoring
A lot can be said about the power of mentorship. Through good organisation to proactive use of technology. Finding the right people can lead to success stories for years to come. The idea behind mentorship programs is passing on of wisdom, tips, and providing a support system for someone who wants to further themselves in their education, career or even personal life. The good thing is it is not confined to one area.
How Your Company Can Set Up Mentoring Programs That Work
It's been proven repeatedly that quality mentorship programs work. The goal is to pair mentors and mentees that develop relationships based on mutual trust. When trust is established, the mentee's professional development advances quickly and in a direction benefiting everyone involved. However, not all programs provide those results. That's where mentoring software enters the picture.
How Software Can Help When Mentoring a Team
Mentoring in the workplace has been shown to reduce employee turnover, improve engagement and boost productivity. This is likely why 71 percent of Fortune 500 companies have workplace mentorship programs in their organizations.
Mentoring Difficult Employees
Almost every workplace has them. Difficult employees. These are those individuals who have a negative impact on the workplace.
May 24, 2019
Tips to Re-engaging Employees
To be successful in today’s business world requires you to have a high-performing team of employees who are engaged with their work.
May 17, 2019
Inspirational mentoring: Mentorship that matters
Mentors are often those who can speak wisdom into a person’s life. Through experience, they offer insights into situations that we may not have.
May 12, 2019
Best Features of Together Mentoring Software
Mentoring programs in the workplace are valuable HR assets. They have been noted for reducing turnover, attracting top candidates, and improving morale.
May 6, 2019
Mentoring – The First Meeting
Mentoring helps to guide people through the unknown whilst embarking on a new working relationship with somebody and trying to figure out a career path.
April 29, 2019
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