Successful results

 

What is a successful result?

Some mentoring participants are keen to measure in detail, and align targets with Key Performance Indicators (KPIs). Others prefer to have less strict criteria and view a successful mentoring relationship as one that produces a strong bond between two colleagues.

What is important is recognising is that each individual should define and measure their own success criteria, which is part of the Big Kick-off event.

The organisation, too, needs to set success criteria for the overall measurement of the programme. As an example, a mentoring programme can be extremely good at building bridges between companies in the case of a merger and acquisition. It allows people to share company cultures and breaks down barriers between the organisations.

 

Common success indicators chosen by our participants include:

  • Making a strong connection
  • Having meetings taking place as arranged
  • A feeling of progression (not starting from scratch each meeting)
  • Seeing tangible changes
  • Helping progress towards meeting KPIs

From an organisation's point of view, a successful programme is also one where mentees themselves turn into mentors, with a cascade of knowledge and action throughout the organisation that helps the company to achieve its objectives.

This is mentoring at its absolute best.


Projektgruppe wissenschaftliche Beratung GbR
Dr. Andre Lehnhoff Managing
Wendy Kendall Partner of PwB
Ohlanden 35
25582 Hohenaspe
Germany
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