Mentoring Within the Workplace | Learning Circle
03/11/2021 16:30 to 03/11/2021 17:30 (Asia/Singapore)
Mentoring Within the Workplace
Learning Circle Series
Date: Wednesday 3rd November 2021
Time: 16:30 - 17:30 (SGT)
Note: For an effective discussion, we need a minimum of 10 pax and will limit it to 20.
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MENTORING WITHIN the WORKPLACE
Although mentoring in the workplace has been there for a long time, the way it is structured is sometimes complicated.
Sometimes supervisors are required to be mentors and sometimes mentoring is really another word for managing performance.
What are the best ways to set up mentoring in the workplace?
Deepali Jain strongly believe the success of any organisation and the achievement of its business strategy hinges on the way it invests in people, the employee experience that it creates and the culture that it builds.
Lita Nithyananda is the Director, Behavioural Consulting Group; Co-Founder, Made of Brilliance, Catalyst, Program Lead, Asia Institute of Mentoring, Gastrogeography of Singapore; serial entrepreneur, a strong advocate for business with a heart; more than 30 years in talent solutions and HR consulting in Asia. She has held Senior leadership roles within Kelly Services, Kelly Outsourcing and Consulting Services in the Asia Pacific region, founder of Business Trends. Lita loves growing local edible plants, education on the application of local produce.