Join us to learn how cutting-edge organizations like Southern California Edison are using smart mentoring to address the impending workforce change. We'll talk with Ed Robinson, the director of community partnerships at Southern California Edison, to understand why he launched a smart mentoring program, how the company is leveraging it, and why it is already effective.
We'll also explore how you can architect a smart mentoring program that allows you to proactively address the inevitable and looming workforce changes.
- 9 strategies that mentoring can drive forward
- The 7 vital steps for architecting a smart mentoring initiative
- 5 critical elements for successful mentoring programs
- Resources participants need to drive effective mentoring
- Best and worst practices
- Matthew Burks, senior manager, E Source Mass-Market Services
- Ann Tardy, founder and chief catalyst, LifeMoxie
- Ed Robinson, senior manager of community involvement, Corporate Communications Department, Southern California Edison
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The workforce is changing. Over 76 million baby-boomers will soon be retiring - an estimated 30% of working employees today - potentially crippling the workforce. Are you proactively using a smart mentoring program to get ahead of the change? Or are you just hoping it won't impact you at all?