ABOUT THIS COURSE
Mentorships provide opportunities for knowledge to be shared, foster leadership and skill development in both mentors and mentees, and can even be used to foster cross-functional working relationships within an organization. While mentorship programs can mold individuals, prepare them to succeed in the organization, and to remain with the organization and deliver value to the organization for years to come. They can also aid in supporting an equitable, inclusive, and diverse workplace culture where mentors and mentees can learn from each other's perspectives and experiences.
In this course, you will learn how to properly define diversity, inclusion, and equity, and some best practices around setting up mentorship programs for diversity and inclusion within organizations.
TOPICS COVERED IN THIS COURSE
- Overview of Case Studies
- Case 1: Career Mentoring Schemes in Istanbul
- Case 2: A Peer Mentoring Program in Milan
- Case 3: Mentoring Circles in Tokyo
Approximately 20 Minutes