Getting started…

Lis Merrick and Paul Stokes In the second in a series of columns dedicated to mentoring, we look at how a scheme designer should set up a programme. This issue: scheme purpose and influencing key stakeholders Before setting up a mentoring programme, check your rationale – and get some senior buy-in Our practice uses eight steps to design mentoring programmes: 1 Developing the rationale for the programme 2 Influencing stakeholders 3 Clear recruitment strategy/communication and publicity 4 Preparing the participants 5 Matching process 6 Supporting the programme 7 Review and evaluation 8 Developing a co-ordinator for the programme Let’s take […]

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