While everyone within your team should be coached, mentoring is something that should be reserved for high-potential employees. If you don’t recognise that you have high potential people within your team, then there is every chance they will be poached by a competitor or they might decide to look elsewhere to further their career.
In an international study by Gartner Group, organisations that taught managers how to mentor high potential employees, saw more internal promotions, fewer resignations and were generally more productive than organisations that did not have a mentoring program in place.
This training will show you how to establish and maintain a successful mentoring relationship with one or several of your high potential team members. You’ll learn how to have powerful mentoring conversations while building the mentoring relationship over time.