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Match game: How to build and get the most out of a mentorship program

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Want to grow leaders, pass along the culture of your firm, or convince new hires that the company is vested in their career development? Encouraging mentorship might be your answer.

Mentors and mentees alike can benefit. As they interact, both parties hone their communication skills, learn from someone holding different perspectives, and establish bonds.

But despite mentoring’s role in strengthening employee development and retention, the majority of workers lack such relationships. A survey released by Accountemps shows that only 33% of men and 18% of women in office environments say they have a mentor.

Interested in seeing if mentorship could make a difference in competence and confidence at your workplace? Take a look at what’s involved in developing a successful program.

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Creating a mentorship program simply because it’s trendy does little good. Rather, thoughtful goals get people engaged and make pa...(register to read more)

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