Women in Leadership: 7 Qualities to Cultivate

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How does one become a confident and effective leader? It’s a vital question for women striving to fulfill their career potential and maximize their impact in the world. You could struggle along on your own trying to figure out the magic formula. Or you could ask others who have blazed the trail ahead.  The choice you make is in itself …

Women for Nature cultivating strong and engaged leaders through Pollinate Mentoring Program

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Women for Nature is developing a strong and engaged next generation of women leaders in science, nature and conservation through a mentoring program delivered by Pollinate Networks Inc. The Women for Nature mentoring program first began in 2017, pairing 10 mentees between the ages of 18 to 35 with 10 experienced members of Women for Nature. The second phase of …

The magic of mentoring for knowledge transfer and employee development

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How do you develop future leaders, retain key knowledge and transform your culture? The short answer is mentoring. It’s no secret that mentoring is the best way to transfer knowledge, create continuity and develop strong relationships within your workforce. However, mentoring means different things to different people. Truly effective mentoring that helps people achieve specific goals rarely happens spontaneously in …

Pollinate Knowledge Transfer Index assesses 7 elements of style, preference and ability

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Pollinate’s Knowledge Transfer Index (KTI) is a carefully constructed psychometric assessment that summarizes seven elements of style, preference and ability, all of which affects how people work and learn together. We use the results of KTI assessments to personalize learning pathways and match individuals for mentoring and coaching at scale, which can involve sorting hundreds of people within an organization …