Why Mentoring Partnerships?
Because mentoring is the most effective knowledge transfer tool, and it delivers the highest return on investment. We are able to make that claim based on the results experienced by our customers:
Multinational Petroleum Company - $3 Million in documented improvements approved by internal review board - $500,000 Investment
Multinational Biotechnology Company - $10 Million in documented improvements approved by internal review board - $300,000 Investment
Multinational Petroleum Company - $8 Million in documented improvements approved by internal review board - $500,000 Investment
Mentoring Partnerships offers a structured approach to building and facilitating a mentor-mentee relationship that is scaleable, effective and results driven. With Mentoring Partnerships, your organisation will own and control the mentoring process while DTS provides the structure and ongoing support needed to achieve a successful mentoring program.
“Mentoring Partnerships is designed to help organisations create a culture of ongoing, self-directed development.”
What is Mentoring Partnerships?
Mentoring is a powerful form of learning and knowledge transfer. In this knowledge worker economy, having a system for transferring "tacit" knowledge is increasingly important because tacit knowledge cannot be transferred easily in a training session. Tacit knowledge is learned over time with first-hand experience in a role, and as a result, it is rarely transferred - until now. With Mentoring Partnerships, that knowledge can be captured, shared and leveraged.
Mentoring Partnerships is the result of many years of working at the 'Coal Face' with organisational development professionals to facilitate mentoring programs.
"A structured approach to building and facilitating a mentor-mentee relationship that is scaleable, effective and results driven."
Many organisations have realised the power of mentoring as a learning and development tool. However, most have not yet found the right formula to build mentoring into their culture and make a mentoring program stick. The Mentoring Partnerships system is designed to help organisations create a culture of ongoing, self-directed development.
Process Overview The Mentoring Partnerships process is a unique and powerful way to help your organisation teach itself how to share knowledge (especially tacit knowledge). It is unique in that we teach your organisation and the people within it to mentor themselves - as opposed to us being their mentor.
This is done in a series of phases:
Phase 1: Setup and Planning
Phase 2: Kick-Off Workshop
Phase 3: Mentoring Implementation (Part 1)
Phase 4: Mid-Program Workshop
Phase 5: Mentoring Implementation (Part 2)
Phase 6: Post-Program Workshop
Mentoring Partnerships can be run for 20 team members or 200. The system is designed to be flexible and scalable to suit the needs of your organisation.
How Does Mentoring Partnerships Help?
Mentoring is the process of improving an individual’s professional/personal performance and well-being through one-to-one interactions between mentor and mentee. Mentoring Partnerships provides a proven structure for implementing a mentoring program. By using this proven system, you will maximise your return on investment.
"A proven system to maximise your return on investment."
As part of an organisational development program, Mentoring Partnerships aligns the goals of each individual with the goals of the organisation so the success of one enhances the success of the other.
To learn more about Mentoring Partnerships and how it might benefit your organisation, call our friendly team on 02 9360 5111 or email email@example.com
What our clients and customers are saying about us.
“Great for personal development and for use in professional domain.”
“One of the best workshops I have attended. Excellent delivery from the facilitator.”
“I've played around with behavioural profiles, but now understand so much more. Thank you for the great few of days!”
“I am very impressed by the amount and quality of the support material. Far superior to any post accreditation materials I have received.”
“Well organised, good illustration of information, well-paced to allow learning, really good resources, good supportive learning environment, fantastic facilitator.”