Workplace Mentoring for Technical and Nontechnical Audiences (Community Call)

Published On:
March 17, 2016
Authored By:
Lauren Trees and Elissa Tucker
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Eighty-nine percent of respondents to an APQC survey said their organizations use mentoring to help employees develop skills and competencies. They also ranked mentoring among the top two approaches to accelerate learning and development, with 59 percent rating it as effective or very effective. In this March 2016 joint KM/HCM webinar, research program managers Elissa Tucker and Lauren Trees present highlights from APQC's latest mentoring research. Using examples from 8 successful mentoring programs, they highlight 4 goals that drive employee mentoring initiatives and then share best practices to help your organization achieve each goal.

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