Should you spend your time and money for mentoring?
Is mentoring only for newbies? I don't think so.
I've worked in companies with different approaches to mentoring for 20+ years. I've been both - mentor and mentee, and I'm sure that mentoring is a powerful tool that can be used to achieve various goals and solve a wide range of tasks.
It can improve the employee's skills, grow and support a positive attitude to work and loyalty to the company, reduce the duration of the adaptation period and save the manager's time and nerves.
We will talk about:
- how to build a mentoring system;
- which goals it can achieve;
- which benefits you will get;
- who can be a mentor;
- how to support employees beyond the mentoring.
If you ask yourself - should I spend my time and money for this - I've made a pretty comprehensive guide with arguments and tips for you to decide.