[ˈmentɔːʃɪp ]

Within an organizational setting, mentorship refers to the influence on one’s professional and personal growth; traditional mentorship involves senior employees mentoring junior employees in order to help them settle into the organization. The main purpose of mentorship is in order for a mentor to share with their mentee information about their career path as well as providing emotional support, guidance, motivation and being a role model.

 It is important for organizations to implement mentorship within the organization as it assures employees that have the support needed to firstly perform well in their positions and to also have someone available to share any emotional struggles and seek guidance regarding the next in their career path.

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Make use of the mentorship available.