A solid mentor-mentee relationship can help new and existing employees learn the ropes from a veteran, while also helping the more seasoned employee see solutions and approaches to organisation initiatives from a fresh perspective. We help to:

We explore how to:

  • The relationships cultivated within our program will supplement your onboarding efforts, helping fill in the gaps
  • Mentors can introduce newcomers to individuals in other work areas
  • Good mentor-protégé relationships also nurture an inviting culture, demonstrating to newcomers the benefits of an open environment

Results:

Mentoring is not a one-way street. Individuals who become mentors stand to benefit as well. Serving as a mentor can help even the most accomplished long-term employees improve his or her management skills. In addition, new employees often bring fresh perspectives that can benefit a tenured employee.

 
Nikki is ace.
— Peter brown
 

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