When it comes to training and development, few tools are more effective than a strong mentorship program. Mentors allow senior and experienced employees to share their insights, skills, and industry- and company-specific knowledge with newer or more junior staff members.
The relationship, while typically focused on the development of the mentee, can also benefit the mentor in terms of having someone to assist with his or her workload and simply the positive feelings of purpose and self-worth that can come from being a mentor.
Many Forms of Mentorship
Mentorships can take many forms. For example, in terms of structure, mentorships can range from relatively informal to highly structured and…
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