Mentoring is a time-tested method of knowledge sharing.  Since the ancient times, mentorship became a guaranteed way to pass a more experienced person’s wisdom onto another person. In this day and age, mentoring is still being used. In fact, we’ve been mentored all our lives from our parents at home to the teachers and friends at school.

Of course, the workplace is no different.

In the workplace, mentoring is an integral method to integrate new workers into the organisation as seamlessly as possible. It is a two-way beneficial relationship between the more experienced individual (the mentor) and the less experienced partner (the mentee) in which they mutually gain respect, trust, and experience for their career development.

Strong mentoring programs is essential not only because it’s a vital employee development tool but because it contributes to the company’s success.

Here are five ways a dynamic mentoring could be rewarding in your workplace:

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Garret Norris

Garret is the founder and CEO of Business Coaches Sydney and through his company, remains dedicated as ever to use his training and real life business experience to meet his passion to see business succeed through disciplined management, creative marketing and committed client service.