~ facilitated by Teresa Gan Wolfe, American Red Cross
Mentoring is one of the most effective tools in people development. However, in a survey it was found that 73% of organizations used mentoring, yet only 21% provided any guidance or training. This presentation focuses on one formal mentoring program in a global company, including how to define the objectives, what events were provided to support mentoring program, and what resources and training were offered to the mentoring participants.
Members will have an understanding of some key success factors in designing and implementing a formal mentoring program.
Teresa Gan Wolfe has over 10 years of HR experience in talent management and leadership development with large scale companies, such as IBM, Carlson Companies, American Red Cross. She has in depth knowledge and experience in designing and implementing interventions to improve organizational learning and performance. She led global and cross functional teams to accomplish company-wide projects in an effective and collaborative way, such as mentoring programs. Teresa earned her Master of Arts degree in Human Resources & Industrial Relations from University of Minnesota and a Bachelors of Arts in English from Shanghai International Studies University.
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