Whether you work for an association or not-for-profit, a government agency, corporate entity or university, and whether or not your organisation runs any sort of mentoring program of its own, your views are still wanted.
Art of Mentoring is creating a report on global trends in mentoring, which will be released in October. As well as getting a copy of that report, participating organisations go into a draw to win a tailored mentoring program valued in the region of AU$13,000.
If you're willing and able to assist, you can access the survey here. It takes only 5 minutes or so to complete.
Melissa Richardson, Founder of Art of Mentoring, says: "Mentoring is highly sought after for career development, especially by millennials. Sadly, many organisations set up ineffective mentoring programs, leaving participants and organisers frustrated with lack of results.
"To help us eliminate poor quality mentoring, we need data on how organisations currently run their programs. Your feedback will help identify what works and what doesn’t.”
The deadline to get involved in their current is the end of August. You can download Art of Mentoring's 2016 benchmarking study here.
Art of Mentoring partners with Access1st to offer our partner associations a free consultation, as well as discounted rates on setting up a mentoring program. Full details can be found behind the 'Association Professionals' log-in.