How to guide: Setting up a mentoring scheme

A woman giving mentoring advice in the workplace

With men found to be much more likely than women to be mentored by a senior leader within their business, now is the time to ensure that your organisation is creating equal opportunities within this essential growth mechanic.  Our guide shows you how to set up a mentoring scheme.

1. Have a clear vision of the outcomes required and scope of the programme

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