Remote Mentoring Program Handbook
We’re all too familiar with remote working and its challenges. We’ve all read the headlines and articles revealing that:
- Many people love a remote-first workplace;
- Others ache to get back to the office; and
- everything in-between.
For some, this whole workplace transition has been disruptive. For others, it’s been liberating. One thing’s certain: the way we manage and, in this context, the way we develop a mentoring relationship needs specific tools and best practices to make it work in a remote-first workforce.