Reverse Mentoring is a unique way for executives to connect with new ideas and people in their organizations. This article highlights the key elements necessary for a successful program.
Brightlife provides consulting and training for organisations interested in setting up or improving a Reverse Mentoring program. Recently, a case study of our work was published in the November 2014 issue of Connect, the magazine of the International Mentoring Association. You can click here to read the full article.
The case study describes the work we did to help a global organisation improve an existing Reverse Mentoring initiative. By reading it, you will learn:
- What factors need to be in place to ensure the foundation is right for a Reverse Mentoring initiative
- How to set up mentors for success
- What kinds of support materials and training are useful – with examples and an explanation of what we built
- The impact of the approach and methods we implemented
Whether you already have a Reverse Mentoring program and are looking for process improvements, are thinking about setting up a program, or are just wondering what the heck Reverse Mentoring is, you’ll find this article valuable. Our consultants are also always happy to have an introductory conversation to discuss your ideas – please contact us and we’ll be happy to arrange this.