- 2h 15m
- Randy Emelo
- Association for Talent Development
If you want to do more with mentoring, you’ve found the right book.
The notion that only the most experienced members of an organization can guide a few promising go-getters no longer applies in today’s business world. In Modern Mentoring, Randy Emelo advocates for a vastly different mentoring practice. Drawing from a rich career, he explains why organizations should consider all employees potential mentors, making everyone both advisors and learners.
Modern Mentoring offers a blueprint for success with a model that benefits more than the select few and steers clear of forcing connections between people. Emelo demonstrates that a culture in which people choose what they want to learn and whom they learn from, while increasing overall organizational intelligence, is completely within reach.
In this book you will learn:
- what it takes to grow a modern mentoring culture
- which tools to use as you facilitate organization-wide mentoring
- how organizations like Monsanto and Humana benefit from modern mentoring.
About the Author
Randy Emelo is president and CEO of River, creators of award-winning modern mentoring and social learning software. He has devoted much his life to helping others learn and develop and educating people on how they can professionally advance and grow. He more than 25 years of experience in management, training, and leadership development, working with military, profit, and nonprofit organizations nationally and internationally. Randy is a prolific author, speaker, and thought leader on topics related to mentoring, collaboration, social learning, and talent development. He holds a master’s degree in organizational design and effectiveness from Fielding Graduate University in Santa Barbara, California.
In this Book
Don't Put Mentoring in a Box
Creating a Modern Mentoring Culture
Land and Expand
Trust in the Social Era
Virtual Reputation and Modern Mentoring
Enabling Meaningful Communication and Collaboration
Peer-to-Peer Learning in Mentoring Networks
Modern Mentoring and the 70-20-10 Learning Model
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