Mentoring is an effective way of helping people to progress in their careers and work through significant changes in their personal and working lives and, in the current cost-conscious environment, it is a dynamic way of developing talent.
Mentoring is usually defined as a professional relationship in which a more experienced person (the mentor) assists another in their development.
Creating a mentoring programme is a process worthy of investment, which can provide new horizons and opportunities for the development of capability in people at all levels.
The quickest way to succeed is to learn from people who have made a success of their lives and career. Research has shown that mentoring has consistently been linked with academic and professional achievement. Participants in a formal mentoring programme gain an increased understanding of a subject, receive guidance, report higher confidence levels, and gain access to networks and other resources not otherwise available to them.
Our proven success in developing mentoring programmes extends to Graduate Development, Women in the Workplace and Women in Policing.
David Carson, Optimistica's principle consultant presented his research project "Mentoring for Women in Policing" at the 5th annual Coaching and Mentoring Research conference held at Oxford Brookes University. David's paper has subsequently been published in The International Journal for Evidence Based Coaching and Mentoring.
You can contact David directly on 07941 059049 or email@example.com
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