Mentoring is a personal journey so our team are always looking out for new ways to delver our Believe in Her Success programme and support young women in meaningful and relatable ways. Have a read of our mentoring predictions, and if they have made you think differently about becoming a mentor or mentee we’d love to hear from you!
– Mentorship will grow beyond just career and workplace with topics. such as wellbeing, work-life balance, and other aspects of life.
– Whilst face to face support remains important remote and virtual mentoring will continue to grow, enabling more connections between mentors and mentees who are not geographically close.
– More formal mentorship programs will be established in companies and organisations to help connections and provide support.
– Peer mentoring will gain popularity. In addition to the traditional younger mentor-older mentee dynamic, peer mentoring matches people at similar career stages for mutual learning and growth.
– Mentoring relationships will become more reciprocal. Rather than just a one-way transfer of knowledge, both mentors and mentees will share insights and experiences in a collaborative partnership.
– Mentoring will happen earlier, schools will look to mentoring to help students transition through school life as well as into work and adulthood.
– Lastly, access to mentors will increase through professional associations, non profit, conferences, and community programs that facilitate mentoring for those who do not organic connections.
If you are a business or organisation looking at your mentoring offer for next year please get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org