M. Christine Sullivan
Director, Alumni Career & Professional Development
Most companies claim they want enthusiastic, engaged employees — and with good reason. However, research indicates that more than 70 percent of employees in the typical company are "not engaged" or are "actively disengaged." What's the reason for this failure? Read more about the startling disconnect between how companies try to promote engagement and what truly inspires and motivates employees.
One of the most critical elements in retaining great people is effective mentoring. Mentorship requires different things at different stages, including different types of skills and advice, and different types of teachers and learning styles. Learn more about how to put in place a more systematic and thoughtful mentorship program across any size company.
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