delta mentor - Those who are less productive should be...

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Mentoring Program Build more productive workers Takes a few weeks to a month Those doing poorly receive a chance to learn from those who are successful in the company Drives competition
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How to implement a mentoring program Define the goals for the program Make it apart of the company culture Only select those who are performing well as mentors
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Goals Identify who will be participating What's in it for the mentor's? What's in it for the mentees? Make sure they meet regularly Make sure mentoring provides the results that you want
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Make it apart of the company culture Emphasize what it means to the company Provide access to education Make it everyone's job
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Implementing Program Send notifications to the top executives, then the company, about the new program Set deadline for the trial Do random evaluations of employee's productivity
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Unformatted text preview: Those who are less productive should be notified that they are mentors For those who are performing well provide some sort of incentive for them to mentor the other participants In the form of a bonus, lunch, or paid vacation Implementing Program cont. Have participants decide how they will meet but demand that they communicate at least once a week They can have lunch or email or set up meetings outside of work Do random check up on them to make sure that they are following the program At the end of the trial period re-check the productivity of the mentors to see if the program worked or not An optimal period is a year Website http://www.bnet.com/article/how-to-start-a-mentorship-program/212133...
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