In this time of physical distancing, human connection has been made even more critical. People are experiencing an unprecedented and abrupt transition to working, learning and connecting remotely, whether they feel ready for it or not. How can leaders act quickly to foster those connections and ensure people feel supported? One way is to introduce a virtual mentoring program to create deep, purposeful relationships from afar. While some organizations will face harder times than others in the coming months, there is one thing that binds us all together and that is the basic need to connect with one another. Learn how to implement this virtual mentorship strategy in your organization.
The opportunity to engage in a mentoring relationship has been especially beneficial during COVID-19, providing another means of connecting with people across the global organisation and looking at new ways of sharing and learning from each other. – Aristocrat Technologies
Consider virtual mentorship as one of the key avenues to connect people and cut through this era of social distancing and isolation. If you’re unsure of where to start, or need help transitioning your existing mentorship program to a virtual one, the Chronus team can provide you tips and best practices or guide you through our platform.