Creating a Modern Mentoring Culture (Wednesday, March 19, 2014 at 2:00 PM EDT) from @astd on @Webvent

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Mentoring has proven again and again to be a powerful and effective workforce development tool, and the need for mentoring, knowledge sharing, and skill building continues to grow. However, traditional mentoring, where one older mentor meets with a younger mentee in person to help facilitate development and groom them for career progression, is no longer adequate in today’s hyper-connected and fast-paced world. Based on the September 2013 Infoline, “Creating a Modern Mentoring Culture,” this webcast will describe how organizations today must embrace a new form of mentoring and knowledge sharing that allows workers to find and connect with their colleagues so they can learn while on the job, share best practices throughout all areas of the business, and collaborate with people no matter where they may be located.

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