The buzz: Mentoring. Great mentors can be invaluable to the success of individual employees, as well as to your entire organization. Are only a few employees, perhaps mainly one gender, privileged to have mentors? Are your mentoring practices building a diverse leadership or cloning “desirable” stereotypes? Do you support reverse mentoring in a multi-generational workforce? The experts speak.
Brian Moran, Brian Moran & Associates: “Your most important task as a leader is to teach people how to think and ask the right questions so that the world doesn't go to hell if you take a day off.” Sherryanne Meyer, Air Products and Chemicals: “Others may question your credentials, your papers, your degrees. Others may look for all kinds of ways to diminish your worth. But what is inside you no one can take from you or tarnish.” (Pursuit of Happyness). Meaghan Sullivan, SAP: “I am not a teacher, but an awakener.” (Robert Frost). Join us for Mentoring Done Right: Everybody Wins!–Part 3.