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Setting Gen Z Up for Success: How Mentoring Programs Aid in Retention and Succession - On-Demand

Setting Gen Z Up for Success: How Mentoring Programs Aid in Retention and Succession - On-Demand

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Setting Gen Z Up for Success: How Mentoring Programs Aid in Retention and Succession - On-Demand

Webinar now available On-Demand.


WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Offering Gen Z workers a chance to learn from colleagues will help spread organizational knowledge and prepare these workers (and your business) for long-term success. Attend this webinar to learn more!


Generation Z has entered the workforce and they have made it clear that employers who want to engage and retain them must offer training and developmental opportunities. And it’s no wonder why, when you consider Zippia survey findings, which reveal that 93% of Gen Z workers—more than any other generation—spend their own time learning new skills to advance their career. 

While Gen Z seeks out learning opportunities on their own, why not create a learning program that can train these workers on the ins and outs of your organization? That’s right: We’re talking about mentorship programs. Offering Gen Z workers a chance to learn from colleagues will help spread organizational knowledge and prepare these workers (and your business) for long-term success.

At the conclusion of this program, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the importance of offering mentorship programs to Gen Z (and all workers).
  • Understand the ins and outs of developing mentorship programs.
  • Learn how to overcome the challenges brought on by institutional knowledge loss when a key employee leaves or retires—and why mentoring can solve this problem.
  • Learn how to emulate successful mentoring programs based on real-life examples.
  • Develop a program within their own organization

 

About Your Presenter

Thomas Toth

Thomas A. Toth 
Managing Director and Founder
dWeb Studios, Inc.

Thomas Toth has over 25 years of global experience in the design and development of training programs and educational technology. He has led the creation and implementation of global learning initiatives for companies like Western Union, Janus Capital Group, and SafeNet. As a consultant, he has designed training programs for clients such as CHANEL, DiSH, Kelly-Moore Paint, Swarovski, Newmont Mining, the Walmart Foundation, Airgas, Murale and Trizetto.

Mr. Toth is a recognized as an expert and innovator in the area of online learning and is a regular speaker for the Association for Talent Development (ATD), and has delivered presentations to the eLearning Guild, the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development (ASCD) and Pepperdine University. He is the winner of ELearning! Magazine's Learning Champion Award 2016 in the category of Mentor.

Mr. Toth is the author of the books “Technology for Trainers,” first and second edition, and a contributing author to both the “ASTD Handbook for Workplace Learning Professionals” and Michael Allen’s “eLearning Annual 2012”. His work in the area of leadership program development lead to an ASTD BEST award for training and development in 2008.