Mentoring Resources & Articles

The latest on mentoring guidelines, news and mentoring software updates from PushFar.

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How Mentoring Can Tackle Ageism in the Workplace

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Mentoring programs can become a powerful tool for breaking down personal and professional barriers to create a more inclusive workplace. These programs are a way of forming powerful, reciprocal relationships that foster understanding and acceptance. They work to support a workplace culture where differences are used as opportunities to learn and grow rather than cause division.

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The Importance of Career Counselling

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Career counselling is a process that helps individuals identify and explore career options, make informed decisions about their future, and develop strategies to achieve their goals. It can be helpful at any stage of life, but it is especially beneficial for young people who are just starting out in their careers.
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How to Run a Sponsorship Program for Employees

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One of the popular ways organisations across the world are supporting employee development is through the implementation of an employee sponsorship program. Don’t know what that is? You’re just in luck. Throughout this article, we will be explaining what a sponsorship program is, the value it can bring to your organisation and how you can run one.
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The Importance of Mentoring for University Students

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Being a student is hard work, there's no denying that. But mentoring provides them with the support they need to go forward in their academic journey, giving them the motivation they need to reach their full potential. Throughout this article, we will be discussing the types of mentoring that can be used with your students and the reasons why mentoring is important.
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Contract Negotiations: Mentors Can Help You Prepare

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A mentor can help you prepare for negotiations so you can confidently accept a job offer knowing that you’re getting compensated fairly. Here are some of the ways your mentor can help you prepare for contract negotiations.
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50 Example Questions to Ask Your Mentor in Your Next Meeting

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When it comes to mentoring, there are a million questions you could ask your mentor, but we wanted to share a few of our favourites to help you get started. Remember, to add a personal twist to each one and make it unique to your wants and needs from the mentoring relationship.
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Mentoring vs Sponsorship: What You Need to Know

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You might have heard the terms “mentoring” and “sponsorship” before, but what do they mean? While they may seem similar and are comparable, they each offer diverse opportunities and benefits to you as an employee. Throughout this article, we discuss what each term means, the benefit of both mentoring and sponsorship and the differences between them.
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Why it Pays for Managers to Learn to be Coaches

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As companies fight to retain and recruit employees in these times of the Great Resignation, it is worth delving into whether your organisation is pulling all its levers in terms of keeping your employees happy and engaged. Throughout this article, we discuss the differences between coaching vs managing, the benefits, and 3 tips you can implement today to start creating coaching leaders.
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The Importance of Corporate and Mentoring Events for Team Building

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Corporate events can be anything from an office party to a company retreat. They are a great way to reward your employees for their hard work and to show them that you appreciate their efforts. Team-building activities help to foster a sense of camaraderie among your staff and can make them more likely to work together effectively.
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Mentoring Culture in the Workplace and How to Develop It

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Having a mentoring culture within the workplace is integral to staff retention and development, your staff will feel supported and motivated in their role as well as being given the opportunity to develop their skills and move forward in their career. If you are wanting to develop a mentoring culture in your organisation, but are not sure where to start, read this article.
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