Mentoring is one of the best ways to facilitate the development of employees at all stages of their career, often providing the necessary support to help them successfully transition from being individual contributors to supervising others and growing professionally to lead programs and direct departments on campus. Research demonstrates that successful mentorship increases employee retention, work performance, job satisfaction, and job advancement.
These mentor program tools and templates are provided for supervisors, managers and employees to use in starting a mentor program in your department or workplace.
- Mentor Program Overview
- How to Start a Mentoring Program
- Using Mentors to Build Loyalty
- Mentor Program Tips
You may edit these documents for use in your department.
Texas A&M Mentor Program for Faculty/Staff
ATMentors An organization of faculty, staff, and administrators who volunteer extra office hours to make themselves available to students who just want to talk to someone.
If you know of a mentor program not listed here, or if you have resources or suggestion for this webpage, please contact Human Resources at HRemail@example.com.