As the 80 million or more millennials take their place in the workforce, managers will need to develop the mentoring skills needed to help build these employees and others into strong members of the talent pool. Millennials respond especially well to one-on-one development from experienced managers who can show them the ropes and give them the support they need to take risks and try new workplace opportunities. Judi Clements shows managers how to avoid the common pitfalls when starting a mentoring program, how to work most effectively with mentees, and how to create a well-implemented mentoring program in your organization.Why should you Attend: To learn how to develop the mentoring programs and skills organizations need to nurture millennials and others in the 21st century workplace. To identify the key roles mentors play and the techniques to employ for maximum impact when working with a diverse workforce.
Judi Clements, President of Judi Clements Training & Development, in Clifton Park, NY, is a veteran training professional who offers training, coaching and webinars in the areas of management, communication, professional development, and customer service, who offers cutting-edge programs with a "laugh-while-you-learn" approach. She is a New York State certified teacher, trained mediator, and qualified Myers Briggs ® Personality Type expert. She is a recipient of the American Society of Training & Development’s "Corporate Trainer of the Year" award and the Girl Scouts' "Outstanding Community Leader" award. Visit her on www.judiclements.com. You Tube. Facebook, Linkedin, Google +, and Twitter.