Why mentoring?

Research suggests happy employees are good for firms and investors
(The Economist, 2019)

What is mentoring?

Why mentoring matters


80% of young managers cite mentoring as important, only 28% of their employers offer mentoring initiatives


1/3 of managers want to develop their mentoring and coaching skills


25% higher retention of employees who have engaged in corporate mentoring initiatives
(Deloitte Research Brief 2012)


Maternity returners are 25% more likely to stay when mentored
(Clutterbuck Partnership)

Increase in sales

20% increase in sales with specific mentoring
(Clutterbuck Partnership)

Positive about their new project


Is accelerated via mentoring making direct impacts to the firms bottom line

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Mentoring provides the ability of your employees to tap into amassed company knowledge via internal mentoring schemes



Our mentors have been successful leaders running and growing businesses or large departments. They have outstanding people, leadership and communication skills. Effective mentoring utilises these skills resulting in time efficiencies, higher levels of productivity and respect providing the ability to manage upwards as well as a team. Mentoring has a two pronged attack – mindset and practicality.

Marketplace statistics

Various studies from the professional marketplace have unearthed the following statistics:

Efficient matching provides an extremely cost effective way to transfer hard earned competencies from one person to another, build skills, access  valuable networks,  and increases employee productivity and retention (ABM)

Professional mentoring programs are an effective strategy to reward high potentials with personal attention and guidance, which leads to nurturing an organization’s leadership chain (CHRONUS 2016)


higher RETENTION of employees who have engaged in a company mentoring program (Deloitte Research Brief 2012)


 of Fortune 500 companies offer mentoring programs to their employees (CHRONUS)


of young managers cite mentoring as important, only 28% of their employers provide mentoring opportunities (HBR)


of managers want to develop their coaching and mentoring skills (CMI)

Ready to identify your mentoring solution?