HOW TO MAKE AN IMPACT
As Z’s, Millennials, Gen-Xers and Baby Boomers converge in the diverse U.S. workforce
A Modern Mentoring Culture begins with making everyone both advisors and learners.
Business managers are continually challenged to both lead their employees to achieve strategic objectives, and to provide a professional environment that satisfies those employees’ myriad personal goals.
A growing body of research shows that the answer may be greater diversity in leadership, combined with a more collaborative approach marked by reciprocity.
Across the board, leaders who embrace change and challenges within the workforce, rather than fear them, will often be first to new markets and new opportunities.
As more industries expanded beyond national borders, what strategies should executives pursue to keep their local workforces cohesive and motivated? These are unsettling times.
What can you do in your Community to assist or help?
The answer is what all trade organizations and Institutions are talking about when implementing transparency that connects students with employers for jobs in the 21st Century!
Best Practices and Preparation for a successful retention & succession planning program.
WHITE LABELED PRIVATE SOCIAL NETWORKS
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Industry Modern Mentoring Programs
o TEACHERS: Instructs students in curriculum program knowledge and skills, assesses progress and collaborates with employers, counselors and mentors.
o EMPLOYERS Gives direction. Thinks in terms of how students fit into the needs of their organizations.Informs school to work connections and how mentors coach for workplace readiness.
o COUNSELORS: Help students plan career paths and graduation & certification plans, monitors student progression, works with teachers and mentors to identify student needs – at risk students that need coaching and mentoring, talented students that need opportunities to showcase their work, students whose academic performance needs support.
o MENTORS: Model and coach the traits of successful industry experts and leaders and the value of education, professional training and graduation, work with the school & trade associations to focus on specific student needs, work with students to refine their ePortfolios and connect with potential employers.
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- WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
- MODERN MENTORING
- PRIVATE SOCIAL NETWORKS
- LEADERSHIP AND DEVELOPING DIVERSITY
- HOW IT WORKS
- HOW TO MAKE AN IMPACT
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