Mentoring is a vital instrument for professional development. CPHR Alberta’s mentoring program is facilitating opportunities for members to take advantage of the benefits of mentoring, whether that be as a mentor or a protégé.
With Mother’s Day upon us, mentoring is a good theme for this month’s issue because the core ideas are similar: mothers and mentors ultimately have the same purpose which is to help someone who is less experienced develop and become the person they have the potential to be.
No matter where you look, it isn’t hard to find an article, blog post, or social media rant describing how the work environment is changing. The traditional role of a singular authoritative corporate father figure who is a mystery to the masses is radically changing.
The above title has some meaning for most baby boomers, but possibly puzzles the subsequent generations. Therein lays the challenge of transitioning intellectual capital from potential retirees to up-and-coming fresh talent, albeit surmountable.