Lack of clarity, lack of choice, incorrect set-up and old-school culture – these are the main reasons why mentoring programmes fail, suggests a report from MyKindaFuture. Will Akerman, founder and managing director at MyKindaFuture, said, “Although many mentoring programmes exist, the majority remain ineffective, undervalued and under-represented. When implemented properly and with purpose, mentoring is a crucial tool in boosting employee engagement, progression and retention.” If the mentoring programme has no purpose and isn’t intrinsically linked to the business’...

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