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Reverse mentoring ppt

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Organizational Behaviour

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  • 1. REVERSE MENTORING
  • 2. What is Reverse Mentoring ?  A Social Exchange Tool for Keeping the Boomers Engaged and Millennials Committed  An initiative in which older executives are paired with and mentored by younger employees
  • 3. Why is Reverse Mentoring Needed ?  Bridging gap between Boomers and Millennials  Keep Boomers engaged and Millennials committed  Broaden sources of information
  • 4. What Can Reverse Mentoring do for Mentees ?  You can get advice and information that you wouldn’t receive from your usual sources  You can get Learn technology faster  You can get energized – and so can your reverse mentor
  • 5. Benefits for the Mentor  Gets access to a wealth of experience for his/her own personal development-picking the mentee’s brains  Valuable insights on the virtual world, which is becoming increasingly relevant for the business  Venture into unexplored territory — something that he/she may not be doing in the routine job
  • 6. Benefits for the Mentee  Understand the consumer preferences, likes and dislikes of the youth segment  Helps engage his/her team better by understanding their needs and desires  Helps getting acquainted with technology, social media, trends etc.  A reverse mentor could be a good sounding board for the mentee to test and develop ideas
  • 7. CASE STUDIES  HINDUSTAN UNILEVER LTD  BHARTI AIRTEL  ACCENTURE
  • 8. Some Articles on Reverse Mentoring  http://business.financialpost.com/2012/10/19/rever se-mentoring-is-mutual-if-youre-doing-it-right/  http://www.business- standard.com/article/management/reverse- mentoring-112090300058_1.html  http://articles.economictimes.indiatimes.com/2012- 12-20/news/35933896_1_social-media-top- management-leaders
  • 9. Implications of Reverse Mentoring  Inculcates Cross-Generational Learning  Develops Current as well as Future Leaders  Strengthen bond between Boomers and Millennials

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