“Excellent facilitation; ego-free, gave autonomy when we needed it, assertive when we needed that too, and always engaging (in the traditional sense of the word).”
If mentoring is going to add value to the organisation, you must adopt a strategic matching strategy. You need to determine the business goals you are aiming to support and define the difference that mentoring can make. Then you can focus on a target group and their specific needs.
A strategy session with key stakeholders and decision makers.
As a result of this session, key stakeholders in the programme will:
The strategy session is best attended by key stakeholders who have an interest in the results of the mentoring programme. We recommend a group of 8 to 12 participants to ensure an engaging and lively discussion.
As preparation, participants will be asked to review company information and reflect on some key questions.
The duration of the strategy is half a day. We can deliver in person or online via technology.
We summarise the outcomes of the discussion into a report that can be used as the basis of a business case/matching strategy.
All our existing programmes are available for delivery virtually. Options include Live Online Learning, Supported or Blended Online Learning, Webinars and Self-guided Learning.