Knowledge sharing, constant learning, and continuous improvement of employees are one of the most crucial yet also underrated aspects of business success.
In this day and age where the Generation Y and Millennials are fast becoming the most important portion of the workforce, it is only imperative for companies to ensure that all core philosophies, as well as the best practices from the veterans, are transferred successfully to a new generation of employees.
Also known as dynamic mentorship, this type of employee development tool can provide both the mentor and the mentee, and ultimately the business as a whole with different benefits. Not only it helps the new hires understand the ins and out of business itself, but it can also help them adapt to the organizational culture seamlessly. When done right, dynamic mentorship can provide new employees with the sense of belongingness and pride they need to do their jobs more efficiently.