Why do traditional mentoring programs fail to bridge the diversity gap?
About this talk
During this session, you will learn about traditional mentoring programs and how in most cases they are designed to fail before even launched.
Often providing a mentoring program is part of a tick box exercise or a nice to have within a company or community. Perhaps even a bit of an "everyone is doing it, so should we" approach.
Instead of considering the purpose and objectives of offering a mentoring program.
We will look at a few ways you can offer a truly inclusive mentoring program to your community or employees.
- Create a mentoring culture that drives inclusion
- Build an effective mentoring program that builds equity
- Develop cultural competencies through mentoring
Facts related to the presentation
Mentoring harnesses the people in an organization or community to learn and grow together, share experiences and knowledge, and level up across the board.
Inclusion, in its simplest form, involves valuing differences within a company and community and leveraging them strategically to deliver more effective and optimized results.
Join this session if you want to amplify DEI within your organization and community through the power of mentoring.
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