Showing 2 ideas for tag "mentoring"
kudos icon +

Legislative Branch

Encourage Active Mentoring to Grow and Maintain Efficiency in the Workforce

I suggest that recruitment and retention strategies recognize that the best time to train folks for the many highly technical, sensitive, and complex tasks that Federal Workers do is when there is a strongly functioning individual in the positions. Perhaps pay these "high-functioning" people in "critical" positions" a stipend (paid, time off, or otherwise) to mentor junior staff concerning their positions and needs.... more »

Voting

1 vote
Active
kudos icon +

Small Business Administration

Buy the truth and sell it not

With 40% of the employees approaching retirement, more focus should be given to retaining their experience and wisdom by sharing and mentoring others, especially potential managers. Transitioning into training programs should begin as early as possible.

 

A database of procedures with as much descriptive information should also be availble to help trainees to find established "tried and true" methods and procedures

Voting

21 votes
Active