New Report Highlights Best Practices for Mentoring Junior Employees in a Remote or Hybrid Environment

By Dr. Gleb Tsipursky, Reprinted from Forbes The rapid transformation of the workplace from in-office to a hybrid modality disrupted the way we mentor and support junior employees. As we navigate the hybrid and remote working landscape, it’s crucial to adapt our mentoring approaches to ensure young talent flourishes. I recently had the opportunity to […]

[Webinar] Moving Towards a Wellness Environment in the Workplace

Date: May 18, 2023, 01:00 PM EST Have you ever felt bad for feeling stressed, frustrated, and/or overwhelmed about your workplace? Have you ever wondered why you feel unsatisfied working in an environment doing something that you enjoy? Join this webinar to learn how joy can be integrated into the policy culture of institutions and […]

[Webinar] Fueling A Relationship Movement: Workplace Mentoring and Sustaining Young Employees

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Thriving in the Workplace: The relationship autonomy, task identity, and mentoring have in job satisfaction

Jiang, Z., Di Milia, L., Jiang, Y., & Jiang, X. (2020). Thriving at work: A mentoring-moderated process linking task identity and autonomy to job satisfaction. Journal of Vocational Behavior, 118, 103373. Summarized by Ariel Ervin Notes of Interest:  Many practitioners and researchers agree that wellness in the workplace is essential for organizational success and for employees’ […]

[Webinar] Workplace mentoring: Preparing youth for success in the workforce

If you’re looking for resources on how to help youth have success in the workplace, MENTOR is hosting a webinar for you! Find more information about it below: Date: Thu, Jan 16, 2020 1:00 PM – 2:15 PM EST Description: Mentoring relationships in the workplace have been shown to have a positive impact on both workplace […]

Why mentoring matters, and how to get started

By Lizz Schumer, New York Times My first desk had an inert hand grenade in one corner and a notebook in another. As a public relations assistant to Kathy Hochul, the Erie County clerk at the time, my job was to make the office (and by extension, Ms. Hochul) look good. The grenade reminded me that it […]