Structured Mentoring: A Critical Component of a Global Talent Management Strategy

SHRM 2011 Annual Conference
Structured mentoring provides employees with portable skill sets that strengthen adjacent learning opportunities such as social and mobile learning, coaching and on-the-job training, and allows learning to become firmly embedded in the organization.
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Track: International HR

To remain successful in competitive international markets, corporations must build and retain a skilled, global, multi-cultural workforce through multi-faceted talent management strategies that align training, mentoring, and coaching initiatives with cutting-edge practices such as social and mobile learning. Structured mentoring forms the foundation of a well-designed Talent Management Program as it binds together varied critical initiatives. It is through successful structured mentoring that organizations are able to excel and differentiate themselves from the competition. this session will enable you to:

• Define structured mentoring as competency-based learning and outline the essential prerequisites for consistent quality and reliable outcomes
• Outline the basic steps included in the structured mentoring process and identify essential resources and tools
• Explain how structured mentoring forms part of, and undergirds, a finely aligned and effective talent management strategy

Date(s) & Time(s): 
Wednesday, June 29, 2011 - 10:00am to 11:15am
Presenter: 

Meta Rousseau, Ph.D.

Meta
Rousseau, Ph.D.
Location: 
LVCC N206-208
Amount of Credit: 
1.25
Credit Type: 
Global Credit
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