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Do you have an Action Plan currently in play that ensures that the technical skills and experience of your company’s A-team are reaching down and teaching your leaders of tomorrow?

Mentor Programs

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ProMentoring specializes in ensuring the strengthen of your future management with continuous team building today.   We use a mentor program framework to ensure that key management skills are handed down in a focused and defined manner.

With 25 years experience in the area of career coaching and mentorship development, ProMentoring is well positioned to help Small to Medium Sized Businesses (SMBs) to custom build their formal, in-house mentorship program.

IS IT YOUR TIME TO FORMALIZE YOUR COMPANY’S MENTOR PROGRAM?
Use this checklist to assess your current mentorship program

Y/N

Hollow SqOur Mentorship relationships are simply management team members reaching out to managers and are based on emotional chemistry alone

Hollow SqOur Mentorship relationships are currently moving into friendships where end-results become fuzzy or forgotten

Hollow SqCorporate goals are forgotten or meander down tangent trails

Hollow SqManagement is questioning the cost of allowing mentoring sessions during office hours

If you answered ‘Yes’ to any of the above, it’s time to consider formalizing your mentorship program.

Benefits of formalizing your mentorship program with ProMentoring:

Check MarkCustomized Mentor Program, customized for your company

Check MarkExecutive level input on objectives eg training for management, people skill training, advanced technology

Check MarkROI reports to decision maker(s)

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