This illustrative PowerPoint set assesses the most important executive mentoring techniques and provides you with diagrams and explanations to create a mentoring program for your business.
Learning is a lifelong process for both employees and executives. Mentoring allows experienced individuals (mentors) to share their knowledge with less experienced mentees. Executive mentoring is the transfer of knowledge within upper management.
Continued Training for Management
A successful executive mentoring program is designed to train executives' management skills not only to increase morale but also employee and customer satisfaction. There are various executive mentoring techniques. For example, reflective mentors take on a more passive role and help their mentees reexamine their behavioral and thought patterns. The aim is to create a new approach to problem-solving through increased self-awareness.
Utilizing a mentor’s know-how is not limited to a one-on-one relationship. In this PowerPoint set, you'll find relevant information about various mentoring techniques, their advantages and disadvantages. Use our graphs and infographics to create your presentation on executive mentoring.
With Our Executive Mentoring Template, You Can
- present the best approaches to mentoring
- explain your mentoring program
- implement knowledge sharing in your company
This PowerPoint Template Includes:
- a distinction between mentoring, training and coaching
- the responsibilities of a mentor
- employee/company benefits of mentoring
- potential weaknesses of a mentor program
- principles of executive mentoring for the development of leadership
- types of mentoring (internal vs. external, formal vs. informal, one-on-one vs. group)
- types of executive mentors (executive coach, elder statesperson, reflective mentor)
- the mentoring process
- checklists to implement a mentoring program