Wednesday, November 26, 2014

HRM | Mentoring - On The Job Training

How does mentoring work as a form of on-the-job training?

1 comment:

  1. Mentoring is when a senior and experienced individual adopts a newcomer or more junior person with the goal of helping him or her develop into a successful worker. The mentor may or may not be the individual's immediate supervisor.

    The mentor meets with the individual and discusses problems, shares advice, and generally supports the individual's attempts to grow and perform.

    Mentors are considered very useful for persons newly appointed to management positions.