Leadership Mentorship In A Hybrid World: Here’s How To Make It Work
November 8, 2021
Hybrid work requires an appropriate system of support for workers to achieve sustainable outcomes. Mentorship represents such support system and allows employees to keep their eyes on their current and stretch goals while adjusting to a new way of working and relating with colleagues.
In this article in Forbes, NovoEd chief learning strategist Todd Moran and others discuss leadership mentorship in today’s hybrid world, including how mentors can help alleviate disengagement by helping mentees identify potential growth areas, have tough conversations with their direct managers, and identify ways to improve their work-life balance.
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