Only 10% of organizations in the United States have formal mentoring programs. If we consider Fortune 500 companies, this means that only 50 of those companies would actually have a formal mentoring program.
So how do you ensure that you have a mentor with the dismal investment of organizations in mentorship for their team members? Tanjia M. Coleman, PhD will explore how mentoring and role-modeling relationships can be used interchangeably to develop and sustain career and personal outcomes.
The goal of this program is to bring to life the various mentoring and role-modeling relationships that are necessary in order to accelerate your path from good to great. According to Modern Workforce, 83% of employees state that they would benefit from mentoring. Clearly, this is an area where the top leaders in the country have indicated that they have used and benefited from mentoring and role-modeling relationships including Bill Gates, Oprah Winfrey and Steve Jobs. With a plethora of solutions to attain mentoring interactions from traditional, to software based to community-based programs there isn’t a reason not to be engaged in some form of a mentoring and/or role-modeling relationship.
This is an interactive session, where questions and inquiry are welcomed as Dr. Coleman shares how mentoring programs both formal and informal have been established in various types of organizations.
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