FREE WEBINAR: Learn how to create competitive advantage through mentoring
As the war for talent continues to heat up, the ability to attract, retain and develop talent is more important than ever. It’s also more difficult. The demographic, economic, and attitudinal shifts now occurring in the workforce as Boomers retire and Millennials begin their careers has created unprecedented churn and an ever-widening skill, experience, and wisdom gap. Mentoring can play a key role in closing that gap, while enhancing employee satisfaction and creating competitive advantage in recruitment and retention. Bringing Boomers and Millennials together in a formal mentoring program creates the proverbial “win-win” for both organizations and individuals.
Join us for a free webinar as Barbara McMahan discusses the power of mentoring, how to set up a mentoring program, and various mentoring strategies, including programs for women in STEM, reverse mentoring, leveraging a multigenerational workforce for success, and more. You’ll leave with practical, real-world advice based on Ms. McMahan’s personal experience as an international Organizational Development professional across a diverse group of companies, including Johnson & Johnson and General Electric.
About the Presenter
Barbara McMahan: Barbara has over 20 years of leadership experience as an Organizational Development and Human Resources professional across a diverse group of companies and categories, including Johnson & Johnson, General Electric, LCA Vision, and Mike Albert Fleet Solutions. She has worked and consulted in corporate, non-profit, and academic settings in the United States, Europe, Asia, the Middle East, and Mexico. A YourEncore Expert since May 2017, Barb enjoys helping teams and individuals identify their unique strengths to create innovative opportunities for professional growth. She holds a BA in Psychology from the University of Michigan, a Master of Labor & Industrial Relations from Michigan State University, and NTL, SPHR, and SHRM-SCP professional certifications.