MoldMaking Technology - Cross-Generational Mentorship

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MoldMaking Technology set out to take a broader look at the value proposition of mentoring by launching a pilot mentorship program. We discovered that once the next generation enters the workforce, the two generations are struggling to understand each other’s perspective, and we believe that mentorship can help to get the conversation started. We identified a pilot group, initiated an informal cross-generational mentoring program earlier this year and documented their journeys. We invite you to take the journey with us during this special discussion with two participants who will share their experiences and discuss the value of mentorship. Two female professionals with similar people-focused jobs within different companies who have varying levels of work experience and different personal backgrounds: Marion Wells, owner of Human Asset Management and Kylee Carbone, Director of Talent Development for Westminster Tool. You can witness how mentorship can help bridge the great generational divide We believe that every shop is doing something whether they call it a mentorship or not, and this discussion will encourage shops to formalize their effort and present resources to help other individuals participate in mentorship.

Conference: IMTS Spark Showcase

Type: Industry Insights


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  • MoldMaking Technology Series