Having a mentor makes workers happier in their jobs.
According to CNBC/SurveyMonkey Workplace Happiness Survey1 conducted earlier this year, workers who have a mentor are more likely to be happy in their job.
In my work with clients, my goal is to add value so when I leave the organisation it is in a much better state than when we first started.
I view having mentors, and formal and informal knowledge sharing frameworks as keys to retaining staff, increasing engagement and fast-tracking productivity.
When workers feel engaged and valued they enjoy their work more, and when they enjoy their work they are more productive.
When an organisation has a true framework for knowledge sharing, combined with mentoring programs, internal processes and ideas can shared, challenged and fine-tuned. The result, a happier workplace with the flow on effect of happy customers/clients. So why aren’t more organisation’s doing it?
Donna is a productivity expert who works with organisations to help their teams leverage their knowledge of everyday programs to build internal capability and drive productivity. Find out more about how Donna can help your organisation. Call +61 3 9457 4745 or email email@example.com