Will My Mentor Make a Difference?
Mentoring People of Color for Successful Careers
Building a Diverse Workforce – Program 4
A couple of years ago, View Magazine called our series, Diversity: Creating Success for Business and People “one of the best products about diversity on the market.” And customers agreed! Now, we can offer you a follow-up series from the same company, ARMC. Building a Diverse Workforce for the Global Millennium is a 20-volume series that covers a huge variety of diversity issues.
Each program also presents critical business concepts like building trust and respect, performance appraisals, team building and leadership.
Program #4: “Will My Mentor Make A Difference? Mentoring People of Color for Successful Careers” The lack of effective mentoring can be a factor in the low retention rate of people of color. In this scenario, you’ll watch a mentoring session with a White male senior executive and a Hispanic woman. The segment illustrates the pitfalls of subtle racism and sexism, and also provides a valuable setting for discussing mentoring skills.
Laura Vega and John Johnson
Key Learning Points
- Understanding the importance of mentoring/coaching to the success of people of color
- Understanding the importance of career planning and development
- Developing effective coaching and mentoring skills Improving understanding of subtle racism and sexism
- Understanding the impact of racism and sexism on retention of diverse employees
- Learn about the importance of retaining diverse employees
- Preventing stereotypes
- DVD (10 Minutes)
- Comprehensive Facilitator’s Guide
This program is part of the Building a Diverse Workforce in the Global Millennium series. Discounted pricing is available on series purchase.
- Dramatic Vignettes w/Instruction
- Hiring, Interviewing Skills, and Employee Retention
- Global Diversity Series
- Federal, State and Local Governments – 10%
- Federal Government (GSA) – 25%
- Non-profit – 10%
- K-12, University and Graduate Schools – 20%
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