“Today’s young employees are the business leaders of tomorrow”-Ruth
Leadership and mentoring young employees are closely related with one another and leaders should have an obligation to help as well as mentor the tomorrow’s leaders. Now the key fact is how the leaders could develop the young talents of an organization. The answer is pretty simple and the leaders might use any kind of mentoring program. Using any kind of effective mentoring program, the leaders could help to improve the young talents of the organization. Moreover, it would in turn help the organization flourish as well. Let us look at the roles and responsibilities of a leader to improve employee performance, employee commitment and brand turnout.
Leadership and Mentoring employees
In simple term, I would prefer to represent mentoring as an experienced leader offering his or her help or advice to the young employees. While performing this kind of act, the leader sometimes might need to play the role of a teacher, advocate as well as counselor. Functioning as a mentor could have been similar to being a coach as well. A coach would help the individuals to achieve a specific goal. As a leader, you are also performing that and let your young employees learn a lot of staff, so that they could become the future leaders. As a matter of fact, let us look at the segments where the leaders should put emphasize during the mentoring.
- Offering professional advice to understand the corporate culture
- Help to develop a great working relationship between seniors and juniors
- Assisting to create a plan for achieving short-term as well as long-term goals
Fair and square, mentoring the young employees could have been a great way for the leaders to help building the future of the organization.
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