Does Your Organization Have a Mentoring System?
Takeaways to Consider:
- The only way a person can grow — in life and in business — is to have mentors: parents, teachers and bosses.
- Too often a new hire arrives on the job, is shown an office, computer, telephone, the whereabouts of the lavatories and told to “do his or her thing.”
- Needed: On-the-job mentoring by knowledgeable superiors in two critical areas: (1) the work and (2) the corporate culture.
- Imagine a department of, say, 12 people — all at the same corporate level — spending hours in a “circle” trying to solve a problem or implement a new system. A 20-year veteran with the company has the same input and authority as a new hire.
- No boss/no mentor is a recipe for failure.
- Two highly successful organizations built on intense mentoring are: the United States Military (all branches) and Procter & Gamble
- I have no experience with P&G, but I spent two years in the Army, learned a hell of a lot and was honorably discharged as a Sp/4 (Specialist Four).
- I loved it!
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