You can view a video on this topic here.
This infographic was made to compliment the article of the same name which you can find here. This infographic was made for http://learningyourdevelopment.com using canva.com and we encourage others to utilise or share our material if you find it useful, and as always we welcome any and all feedback.
The Benefits of Mentoring video below fits in with the article Mentoring: A Win-Win-Win for Mentees, Mentors and Organisations, which can be found here. This video was a project devised by Robert Talbot, who wanted to experiment with a simple fixed camera video writing key words while a voice-over explained their significance. As always, I welcome any and all feedback; we hope that you enjoy the video, and invite you to share it if you feel that it suits your needs.
This week LearningYourDevelopment is focusing on mentoring, which is perceived to be one of the most important elements in effective professional development, playing a key role in talent strategy, leadership development and even performance management. The appeal of mentoring, to both mentors and mentees, is universal; while many believe that Millennials prefer to be plugged in to their development, the opposite is true: 75% of Millennials want a mentor, while 65% of Baby Boomers have been sought out for guidance by Millennials (1). To those looking to engage Millennials in professional development, particularly in leadership roles, and to increase engagement and staff retention, this is a key statistic, because it means that appealing to Millennials through their love of technology may not be the best solution. Watch this space, there is a video and an article to come on how you can use mentoring and structured mentoring programs to build and improve on your organisation’s knowledge capital.
As promised, I’ve put together a video to go with the post from earlier this week regarding the 70:20:10 principle. I firmly believe that the 70:20:10 ratio can work, however thus far it is failing to deliver on its potential due to a lack of structure and resources.
I am indebted to Moovly, whose wonderful software I have utilised to create this video, and to http://www.bensound.com for the wonderful backing music. As always, I appreciate any and all feedback, hope that you enjoy the video, and invite you to share it if you feel that it suits your needs.