Why is it important?
One of the high maturity levels of an organisation is the company's ability to learn from its own experience. A mentorship program is a process when leaders share their career experiences, successes and failures with younger, less experienced colleagues, who are curious, searching and talented.
As multiple research shows - organisations that have structured mentorship programs can replace critical positions 23% faster, 20% of such organizations have 20% smaller HR turnover and 1.7 times higher possibility of retaining the organisational knowledge and experience. Despite the great benefits of having mentorship programs, only 36% of companies have standardised mentorship programs.
Who is it for?
For those who:
wish to grow talents and keep the leadership succession;
wish to pass on and validate company knowledge;
wish to have efficient reversed mentoring;
wish to strengthen the connections across different functions, levels, generations, stakeholders within an organisation.
Methodology and approaches applied:
We believe that the appropriate motivation among mentors and mentees is the key success factor of mentorship.
As internal culture is unique in every organisation so does the mentorship scenario. Our experience in this field has shown that it is a 1-1.5 year long, structured process under our supervision and is adjusted to the specific needs of an organisation.