Employees are an organization’s most valuable asset, which is why helping employees acquire necessary knowledge, skills, and expertise is key for organizational growth (1). As baby boomers continue to retire, many organizations are turning to knowledge transfer initiatives like topical mentoring to retain the valuable skillsets and insights of exiting employees. Topical mentoring is an informal learning approach focused on transferring specific business and industry information or skills from one employee to another.
With topical mentoring, you can:
More than 80% of corporate learning occurs through informal approaches.
Understanding the learning impact of a knowledge transfer initiative is no easy task. With Chronus, you can quantify knowledge gained with our built in surveys and reporting tools. Export reports to show leadership how the program has expanded skills and knowledge within the organization.
Discover how companies are utilizing mentoring to meet milestones in employee career development, leadership development, diversity mentoring, and more.
With 75 percent of millennials believing a mentor is crucial for success, companies are offering mentoring programs to provide career development.
Not every mentoring program needs software, but as your program evolves, you’ll likely encounter mentoring program growing pains that software can soothe.