The TJ Podcast: December 2021

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Written by Debbie Carter on 7 December 2021 in Podcast

After a bit of a break the TJ Podcast is back! With a new format, this month we discuss mentoring with Rashim Mogha from Skillsoft, Jenn Labin from MentorcliQ, and Ady Howes from Digital Skills People - the fabulous Jo Cook is your host

Questions under discussion:

How has our understanding of mentoring in the workforce evolved? 
What are the most important things to think about before building a mentoring programme?
What role, if any, do leaders and managers have in their organisations mentoring activity?
What impact does mentoring have on DEI, engagement? 
How has technology impacted mentoring at work? 


Ady Howes is director of Digital Skills People. @adyhowes

Jenn Labin is chief diversity officer for MentorcliQ. @jennlabin

Rashim Mogha is general manager for leadership and business solutions at Skillsoft. @rmogha


Jo Cook has been part of the TJ Podcasts since their inception. Jo is founder and director of Lightbulb Moment. @LightbulbJo


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