4 Ways to Supercharge Workplace Mentorship Programs for Women

Publisher: A.R. Mazzotta Employment Specialists

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4 Ways to Supercharge Workplace Mentorship Programs for Women

A successful mentorship program should take the time to make careful matches, be both flexible in its approach and focused on its objectives, and drive a genuine conversation that benefits both mentors and mentees. A program that achieves all these things builds trust, helps identify problems (and their solutions) in a timely manner, and emphasizes that offering staff meaningful support is a priority for the company. It can also serve as a vital tool for addressing the many challenges that women often face in the workplace. Both by demonstrating support for women and by acquiring their honest feedback, which can help make policies and processes more fit for purpose, mentorship programs for women keep them engaged and help prevent them from leaving the organization