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Tools for Effective Mentoring Programs (Member Benefit)

Mentoring programs provide employees the opportunity to learn from experts to develop and grow into who they want to become. Formal mentoring in organizations demonstrates a commitment to the employees, their professional development, and their success in the organization. Mentoring benefits organizations by supporting succession planning, knowledge management, and leadership development efforts, as well as by building strong business partnerships throughout the company. This Infoline gives you tools and information you can adapt in order to create an effective mentoring program at your company.

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  • Beverly Kaye

    Beverly Kaye, founder of Career Systems International, is recognized internationally as one of the most invested, knowledgeable, and practical professionals in the areas of career development, employee engagement and retention, and mentoring. She was named a “Legend” by ATD, a designation given to “pioneers and prophets in the field of workplace learning and performance.” The criteria that Legends must meet are enduring impact and influence; originality of ideas; a career of sustained currency; work done more than five years ago is currently discussed, applied, and adapted; a substantive body of published work; and a contribution that raises the visibility, credibility and stature of the field. She has also been named by Leadership Excellence as one of North America's 100 Top Thought Leaders.

    She has spent years researching corporate strategies for developing, retaining, and engaging knowledge workers. Her book, Love ’Em or Lose ’Em: Getting Good People to Stay, co-authored with Sharon Jordan-Evans, has sold more than 750,000 copies in 25 languages and has reached Wall Street Journal and Amazon bestseller status. Their companion book, Love It, Don't Leave It: 26 Ways to Get What You Want at Work, suggests that employee engagement is also the responsibility of the individual contributor. Help Them Grow or Watch Them Go: Career Conversations Employees Want, co-authored with Julie Winkle Giulioni, was published in 2012, and in 2015 she co-authored Hello Stay Interviews, Goodbye Talent Loss: A Manager’s Playbook. Her newest book, coming in September 2017, is titled Up Is Not the Only Way: Rethinking Career Mobility. These books are the foundation for Career Systems International's successful practice in career development, employee engagement, and retention. Visit www.CareerSystemsIntl.com for more information. 


  • Devon Scheef

    Devon Scheef is co-founder of The Learning Café, where she and her colleagues bridge the workplace generation gap. Devon is the creator of The Personal Learning Model assessment, an innovative approach to boosting on-the-job learning capacity, and accelerating performance.

  • Susan Thomas is a senior performance consultant at IBM Global Services. She works with clients on all aspects of measurement and assessment. She authored Designing Surveys That Work!, which provides comprehensive guidance to practitioners creating surveys.

  • Cynthia Way currently works as the Chief Learning Officer for NOAA’s  Oceanic and Atmosphereic Research Line Office.  She previously served as the Lead Curriculum Designer at the Department of Defense.  Prior to working in the Government,  Cynthia served in the U.S. Navy and then worked in the animal health industry in a myraid of capacites ranging from veterinary technician to  Organizational Development Consultant. Cynthia has also served in multiple capacities for various professional development Boards of Directors including Vice-President of Education for ATD Nebraska Board and Nebraska Alliance for Conservation and Environmental Education.  Cynthia is a Certified Professional in Human Resources (PHR), has a Master’s degree in Organizational Leadership, and is working on her Doctoral dissertation at The George Washington University for a degree in Human and Organizational Learning with a focus on eco-consciousness through aesthetics.  She has both published and spoke at numerous academic and practitioner conferences to include European Society for the Education of Adults, ASTD International Conferences and Expo, and American Association for Adult and Continuing Education.  

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