Wisdom Share Mentoring Blog

When Mentoring is like a Bad Blind Date

Is Poor Mentor Matching Like a Bad Blind Date?


You match partners thinking they'll be perfect but then the partnership fails and you don't know...

leadership development, Employee Engagement, Learning, mentor matching, mentor program, social learning, Reverse Mentoring

Mentoring and Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) at Kraft Foods

Our December 18th blog covered the maturation process where an informal Affinity Group transitions to become an Employee Resource Group (ERG).  An...

diversity, management development, leadership development, On Boarding, BRG, Employee Value Proposition, Employee Engagement, mentoring programs, Peer to Peer mentoring, Employee Resource Groups

Mentoring and Coaching at GE Healthcare

GE Healthcare’s Chief Learning Officer believes Talent Development is changing.  Bob Cancalosi, GE Healthcare's CLO, shared his thoughts on Long...

talent management, Human Capital Strategies, Leadership Training, leadership development, Learning, Innovation, GE

Mentor of the Year - Two weeks left to nominate someone

Mentor Resources is now accepting applications for Mentor of the Year for 2012, with a deadline of December 15, 2011. If you know someone worthy of...

talent management, Mentor Programs, leadership development, mentor, mentor software, Mentoring

Mentoring When Education and Training Aren’t Enough

One area where Mentoring is critical to the development of Talent is the crossover between Technology Project Management and Business Analysts –...

leadership development, Employee Engagement, Learning, mentoring tools, Employee Retention, Job satisfaction, IT professionals

IBM’s War for Talent

I know several women who tell the same story. 

talent management, diversity, leadership development, IBM, human resource strategy, war for talent, Employee Resource Groups