Webinar Recording - How to build an effective Mentorship Program to Increase Employee Engagement and Propel Business Goals
Studies show that an effective mentoring program can propel employee engagement and productivity, yet many organizations struggle with knowing where to start. This webinar will help. Watch the webinar recording by clicking here to learn:
- Why mentorship programs are critical to your organization's success in changing times
- How to create an effective mentorship plan, tied to your organizational goals and objectives, that is informed by proven methods and studies used by leading organizations
- How to foster support for the plan at every level of the organization though selling the program to organizational leaders
- About leading technologies that can support excellence in mentorship and enable your program to thrive
- How to develop a mentoring culture by incorporating mentorship into your orientation program and performance review programs
About the Speakers:
Angie Vincenzo, Director of Mentorship with the West Toronto Chapter of the HRPA's is committed to advancing our members capability in Mentorship Program by enabling all members to excel in the development of mentorship programming that is grounded in best practices in mentorship. Her presentation will be supported by Canada's Mentoring leaders at Mentor City and research on best practices in mentorship. As Manager, Executive Office, ELTO, Attorney General, Angie has had deep exposure to leading Mentorship programs including playing a key role in the launch of the Mentoring for Career and Inclusion Program with the Ministry.
Shawn Mintz is the President of MentorCity™ which offers comprehensive, easy-to-use and cost-effective online mentoring software for companies, schools, and associations. Shawn has over 10 years' experience in the career and employment services sector. He has created award-winning mentoring initiatives that have helped thousands of people to achieve greater success. In recognition of his efforts, Shawn has received George Brown College's Career and Work Counsellor Crystal Award for Innovation and the Alumni Mentor of the Year Award. He has been acknowledged as a Canadian who has demonstrated a commitment to helping new Canadians succeed. He is also a judge for the Canadian HR Awards and has published an eBook called MentorCity: How a few minutes with the right person can change your life.
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