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The Lindenberger Group Explains the Many Steps in Developing a Successful Mentoring Program

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Updated 7:00 AM CDT, Mon, April 17,2017

Titusville, NJ -- (ReleaseWire) -- 04/17/2017 -- In today's industries, there are many companies without their own mentoring program. However, there are multiple advantages to having one instated. Despite appealing to workers of all ages, mentoring programs can offer companies the ability to retain, attract, and grow more talented employees. This can be extremely beneficial when companies are having difficulties doing this. At the same time, there is an overwhelming majority of mentoring programs that just don't last. The reason for this is explained carefully and in depth by The Lindenberger Group, offering HR in NJ, in order to shed light on why these programs are necessary if they follow a few key steps.

At the start, it is valuable to have leadership support so as to attract strong mentors for the program. It is also important to talk about how to handle issues before they arise by hiring a consultant who will save time, money, and compile a well thought out plan moving forward. The selected mentors and proteges will then be trained to decide on items like when to meet, etc. in order to build their partnership.

How a mentoring program evaluates success is also extremely important, otherwise leaders will not keep the program going. Along those lines, if an employee is not invested in the idea, that is equated to dooming it from the get-go. Creating, implementing, and managing a mentoring program is not a walk in the park; it is imperative that those who are assigned to it are excited about it and willing to work to make it a success.

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Since 2001, The Lindenberger Group has been helping small businesses, non-profits, and Fortune 500 companies, taking on projects that can range from a few hours to even several years. They work to solve routine to complex issues, specializing in Human Resources consulting, training, and coaching.

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