Grow Your People, Grow Your Business: Mentoring Your People in the Workplace
Date: 19th May 2021
Location: Online Event
Time: 9:30am - 12:30pm
Theme: People, Skills & Talent
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Many organisations have identified that they regularly lose key staff members due to a lack of understanding of their individual challenges in the absence of a confidential sounding board (mentor). As a result, employees' experience is often underutilised who can help colleagues make difficult decisions, learn quicker and build confidence.
All timings should be considered approximate – content should be managed to best meet the needs of the group and to maintain pace and engagement.
- What is and what isn't mentoring
- How does mentoring benefit people and organisations?
- Mentoring techniques, situational, transactional
- How to implement mentoring in your organisation
Who is this workshop for?
This workshop demystifies the semantics of mentoring and is aimed at all employees committed to their personal development and current/future line managers. All delegates will be encouraged to share their personal lessons. The session uses traditional and blended mentoring and coaching techniques to fit delegates levels of knowledge irrespective of experience, length of service and position in their organisation.
About the deliverer
The workshop is led and delivered by Mentoring Relationship Specialist Andy Hall. Andy has won Highly Commended Mentor of the Year and Mentor of the Year at the Made in Manchester Awards, Enterprise Nation's Leadership and Management Advisor of the Year and led GC Business Growth Hub to the finals at the National Mentoring Awards. In addition, he has appeared on television and radio to talk about mentoring. Andy also spoke at TEDx about mental health and mentoring and has curated TEDx events.
Our workshops are part-funded by European Regional Development Funds.
Our workshops are delivered free of charge to participants; however, as they are fully-funded, they are classed as state aid to participating businesses and are subject to state aid rules and the associated eligibility criteria:
Greater Manchester clients only
SME: Small or medium enterprise, i.e. less than 250 (full-time equivalent) employees
Annual turnover less than 50 million euro OR balance sheet less than 43 million euro
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