Workplace Mentoring

mentoring to connect employees

Before inviting your participants, tailor your sign-up form to suit your organisation’s matching needs. Select your questions based on key matching criteria such as hierarchy, location, skills, goals, inclusion and more.

Every mentoring type covered

For every mentoring goal in mind

Turn pockets of mentoring, into a culture of mentoring

At multinational electric utility company EDF, mentoring began in a variety of corners around the organisation. Discover how their team cultivated a culture of mentoring by scaling a pilot to an organisation-wide mentoring program.

Derek Lam
Derek Lam
Plant Layout Engineer
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Going into the program, I was hoping to build up a sense of direction on what to expect and how to go forward with my career. I think the ‘secret’ to a good mentoring relationship would be to have an openness and willingness to discuss anything from strengths and weaknesses, to what you do in your leisure time.
Connie Muir
Connie Muir
Senior Margin Analyst
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Going into the program, I wanted to get an idea of potential career paths I could have within the company, and also understand what kind of jobs I would suit doing. We have been working on finding out about different roles, types of manager and career paths so I definitely feel on track to accomplish this. My top tip? Throw yourself into it, have fun and give it 100% effort to make the most out of the experience.
Jack Raven
Jack Raven
Project Development Analyst
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I think the secret to a good mentoring relationship is regular contact and sticking to agreed objectives that are set. Making SMART objectives make them straightforward to follow. I think it helps to match with someone you feel comfortable with so you can be as open and honest as you need to be.
Graeme Bellingham
Graeme Bellingham
Transition Director, Sizewell C
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I think the secret to a good mentoring relationship is active listening, honesty, building mutual trust and making it a two-way relationship. My advice to those new to mentoring would be to engage, listen, exchange, be honest and take the time to be human!
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Turn conversations into a foundation for a more inclusive workplace

In 2020, events involving racial injustice in the USA meant that for the first time, deep and candid conversations around diversity and inclusion were happening within the U.S. Tennis Association. However, there was still some reluctance and discomfort around how to openly and respectfully discuss these topics in the workplace.

Discover how the USTA Diversity & Inclusion team used their mentoring program to foster greater understanding and awareness of different cultural backgrounds while providing a safe environment for employees to learn about and share their experiences.

Marilyn Sherman
Marilyn Sherman
National Promotions Manager
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I think the secret to a good mentoring relationship is getting to know each other on a personal level. Mentoring has changed my perspective, not only professionally but also personally! It’s what it’s all about! If you're new to mentoring, just give it a shot1 You won't be disappointed!
Andrea Snead
Director Diversity and Inclusion
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Going into the program, I hoped to connect and learn from someone that is potentially different from me. One way that mentoring has changed my professional life is that it has eliminated the barriers that exist when you are a new employee. I would like for those who are new to mentoring to consider being vulnerable and authentic because you can walk away with a broader viewpoint than when you came in. Who knows, you may leave with a new friend as well!
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The best mentoring happens where you're already operating

Mentorloop’s suite of integrations are designed to weave mentoring into your own eco-system with ease.

communications integrations

Mentorloop Tools

Not sure where to start?

Head over to our Program Explorer to build your bespoke program outline. It will guide you through key decisions around program goals, matching methodologies and recruitment strategies.

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