mentorshipmastery
Building and Sustaining Successful Internal Programs for Organizational Growth

Mentorship Mastery

Frontline Training Solutions is excited to present an enriching webinar that delves into the transformative power of internal mentorship programs and how to structure them for enduring success. This session aims to unfold the multifaceted aspects of mentorship within the workplace, focusing on its definition, significance, and the best practices for establishing a program that fosters long-term growth and development.

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Wednesday, March 27, 2024 12:00pm EST

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What You'll Learn

Frontline Training Solutions is excited to present an enriching webinar that delves into the transformative power of internal mentorship programs and how to structure them for enduring success. This session aims to unfold the multifaceted aspects of mentorship within the workplace, focusing on its definition, significance, and the best practices for establishing a program that fosters long-term growth and development.

Webinar Overview:

  • What is Mentorship? Understanding mentorship as a structured, nurturing process where experienced individuals (mentors) guide less experienced (mentees) in personal and professional development. This segment will explore the essence of mentorship, distinguishing it from other forms of professional support.
  • Importance in Today’s Work Environment: In an era where organizational dynamics are rapidly evolving, the webinar will highlight why mentorship is crucial for adaptability, innovation, and maintaining a competitive edge. Mentorship not only bridges the gap between different levels of experience within the organization but also enhances job satisfaction and employee retention.
  • Structuring an Internal Mentorship Program: Drawing from industry best practices, this portion will discuss the necessary framework to design a mentorship program that aligns with organizational goals. Key components include formalizing the matching process, offering mentor and mentee training, establishing clear objectives, and implementing support structures to facilitate effective mentorship relationships.
  • Pitfalls to Avoid: Recognizing common challenges and pitfalls is essential for the success of any mentorship program. The webinar will provide insights into how to navigate these issues effectively, ensuring that the mentorship program remains beneficial for both mentors and mentees and contributes positively to the organizational culture.
  • Creating a Sustainable Mentorship Culture: Beyond the initial setup, fostering a culture that supports mentorship involves promoting the concept from top leadership, linking mentoring to organizational values, and measuring the impact of mentoring initiatives on the organization’s overall success.
  • Benefits and Impact: Highlighting the tangible and intangible benefits of a well-structured mentorship program, from enhancing professional development and fostering a sense of belonging among employees to contributing to the organization’s diversity and inclusion goals.

This webinar will be presented on March 27th at 12:00pm EST live from the Frontline Studio in Grand Rapids, Michigan, and is designed for HR professionals, organizational leaders, and anyone interested in developing or enhancing an internal mentorship program. By the end of the session, participants will be equipped with the knowledge and tools needed to launch or refine a mentorship program that is tailored to their organization’s unique needs and goals.

Join us to discover how to leverage mentorship as a key driver for personal growth, leadership development, and organizational success.

This free webinar qualifies for 1 HRCI/SHRM rec-certification credit.

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Speakers

Nathan Leaman

Nathan Leaman is a passionate professional with extensive experience in building systems and tools that support organizational and leadership effectiveness.  Nathan brings over 20 years of leadership and HR experience from both business and non-profit organizations. Nathan has a Bachelor’s degree from the Moody Bible Institute, a Master’s degree from Liberty University and received his coaching certification from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois. Nathan spent seven years in full-time church ministry before working for 13 years at the Kohler Co.  At Kohler, Nathan moved through various HR roles eventually taking the position of Director- Leadership Development.  Nathan also held various executive HR roles for the Grande Cheese Company in Fond du Lac, WI where he was responsible for Organizational Development, Compensation, Benefits Management and HRIS. Nathan has extensive experience with assessment tools and is certified in multiple personality and 360 degree feedback assessments.  His straightforward style, willingness to tackle difficult issues, genuine interest in seeing others grow and ability to coach at all levels makes Nathan a go-to resource for strategic HR support and executive development.

Lorraine Medici

Lorraine Medici

Lorraine Medici joined Express Employment Professionals in 2014 as the Director of Training and Development.  Lorraine has extensive experience as a coach and workshop facilitator in the areas of leadership and team building, working closely with companies to strategize solutions that will impact long-term results in engagement and retention. She has successfully launched  Purpose-Driven Leadership Training , a series targeted at helping develop managers and leaders at all levels in manufacturing and other industries. Additionally, she facilitates the on-going training series,  Breakfast with Purpose, to bring current and relevant education to organizations. As a professional development coach, Lorraine also works alongside leaders and teams to overcome interpersonal or performance challenges. She is certified to train DISC, Situational Leadership and Emotional Intelligence (EQi 2.0), and an Associate Certified Coach and Master Practitioner for the ELI Assessment.