Mentoring programs are one of the most effective tools used by large corporations in the employee orientation process, according to Blickle, Witzki, and Schneider in April 2009, in Behavioral Behavior. Employee orientation is vital to the organization for new employees and employees, including those in the same organization. According to a recent survey by Kelly Services, 80% of 100,000 employees surveyed in 34 countries deal with skills / training offered by employers' orientation. Employees feel that their skills are only 5 years old, so they have to supplement their skills with other methods to prepare. George Corona, Kelly Services EVP and COO, said, "People are well aware of the need to develop current skills," and in today's environment one of the most effective ways of developing skills is blogging, social networking and mentoring. The virtual world is a cheap and effective tool for educating and rebuilding employees, so employers seeking cost reduction include a wide range of computer based training and computer mentor programs. IBM went even further to other organizations, not just a formal mentorship program; But, like orientation, the company took both programs to the virtual world while simultaneously doing them during the first leasing or promotion of employees.
Caldwell and Carter's Guide to the Mentor's Return Formal and informal mentoring and creating such programs in both large organizations and small family businesses. In addition to their controversy over the history of mentoring, organizations are increasingly acknowledging that mentoring programs are a major benefit for both employees and organizations during the orientation phase.
While many organizations inspire Mentoring, reality has only created a few formal programs. Sheree Butterfield, BreakThrough's Advisory Executive Representative, says "A huge commitment to recruit resources … regardless of whether an internal or external candidate [mentoring] protects the company's rental investment … [and] Reduces the transition time … [when the] Average time for leasing is 6.5 months. "Ms. Butterfield agrees with the belief that during the orientation phase the most convincing cause for the creation of mentoring programs is to increase engagement. Katharine Giacalone, chairman of KGWorks, headquartered in Washington, however, claims that the expected impact of a good orientation program is to improve the efficiency of acclimatization of employees in the culture, rules and guidelines of culture. The author of Margaret Magnus's article entitled "Training Futures" concludes that mentoring involves using relationships to match attitude and behavior with organizational culture.
Despite the end result, a mentor / orientation will serve newcomers to the organization and help ensure their success. Linda Stromei writes that these programs help workers in introducing the culture of the organization, reducing the learning curve and increasing their career development. Organizational mentoring programs are key to employee success and efficiently speed up employee performance by facilitating the immediate transfer of business knowledge in addition to regular training programs. Eileen Hablow, deputy director of Randstad, a recruitment agency acknowledges the need to create a mentoring relationship to achieve specific goals such as shortened learning curve, business networks, workplace skills, and personal and career development. While some skills can be rethought through regular orientation training programs, formal mentoring programs play a huge role in preparing workers not only more productive but also in leadership positions.
Formal or informal, organizational Mentoring programs need to be personalized and addressed to the specific needs of both workers and the organization. Leaders must ensure that mentoring programs meet the needs of new employees in designing and planning their careers. Wells and Johnson in HR Magazine's May 2009 article states that irrespective of the formal or informal nature of the mentoring program, the organizational culture and good employee orientation program will affect new employees and ensure their development and success.
To ensure that employees get maximum benefits from mentoring programs, they must have clear expectations. Both mentor and mentor should be on the same side: the rescue officer must clearly define his / her needs for the outcome of the program and the mentor must outline the process. In addition to the process outlined by the mentor, it is essential to evaluate progress and evaluate efficiency and evaluate learner achievements within the programs. Evaluations may be in the form of interviews, questionnaires or informal and formal feedback. Mentee should, however, be encouraged to share their views on programs to create the desired changes. As an invitation, Dodgson's research on mentoring programs shows that informal fitting processes are more effective than formal alignment processes. In a study in 2008, the participants indicate their preferences for organizations with mentor programs that add the degree of mentor selection to Dodgson's research.
Finally, effective mentoring programs such as Ms Hablow are in the organization of the right staff (mentors), new tenants or high potential workers (mentees). The benefits of mentor programs for staff are:
1. Professional networking
2. A non-thinking student for ideas and plans
3. Self-awareness and discipline
4. Acceleration of development and growth
5. Individual management development plan for mentors, which includes:
o Specific Goals
o Leadership Principles
o Developing current skills and developing new skills through various projects
o Developing Innovative Ideas
o Constructive feedback on professional development
o Face-to-face interactions
o Continuous and Proven Support
Mentoring programs significantly increase the career growth of new employees within the organization. It is very beneficial for a mentor who is interested in your career and development, explaining business facts and giving valuable guidance. As evidence of the benefits of mentoring programs, new employees and high potential employees can enjoy the benefits of mentoring programs available through their companies or organizations through orientation or possession.
Source by R. Kenny Leblanc