Establishing the mentor-mentee relationship in organizations


Mentoring is a crucial component of employee development. It is a vital ingredient in the organization’s career development and succession planning efforts. An organization needs to implement these policies and objectives and put in place systems that facilitate successful mentor-mentee relationships among its staff.

Getting a thorough understanding of the ways of nurturing a mentor-mentee relationship in the organisation is very critical for such an organization. The ways of doing this will be the content of a lively webinar that is being organized by TrainHR, a very renowned provider of professional trainings for the human resources industry.

At this webinar session, Megan Little, a Senior Consultant at Integral Talent Systems Inc., will be the speaker. To enrol for this highly valuable learning session on developing and furthering mentor-mentee relationship in the organization; please visit  to register. This webinar has been approved for 1 HR (General) recertification credit hours toward aPHR, PHR, PHRca, SPHR, GPHR, PHRi and SPHRi recertification through HR Certification Institute (HRCI).

Purposes of putting a mentor-mentee program in place

Megan will orient the participants’ thinking towards understanding how effective their mentorship program is going to be, and how to discover this. She will equip participants with the tools and tips necessary for the following:

  • Establishing the business case for mentorship programs
  • Mentor matching
  • The role of the mentor
  • The role of the mentee
  • Ways of establishing a lasting and effective relationship
  • The value that mentoring can have on the organization.

HR Professionals, Senior Managers, Business Owners and Consultants will derive high value from this webinar, at which Megan will cover the following areas:

  • The business case for mentorship
  • Role clarification
    • Defining Mentoring
    • Identifying role of a mentor vs. manager for development at Eisenmann
  • Mentor Matching
    • Deciding how mentors should get a assigned (or if they should)
    • Identifying who should become mentors and why
  • Tools and tips for:
    • Mentorship conversations
    • Maintaining the Relationship




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