5 Steps to Adapt & Focus on What Matters Most in the “New Normal”

Oliver Maynard-Langedijk Assessments, Change Management, COVID-19, News, Pollinate Insights Leave a Comment

Across the globe, communities have been coming to terms with what it means to be in quarantine. We’ve been grappling with distancing ourselves from friends and family, working remotely (or not working at all), and only leaving the house if absolutely necessary. The virus struck, and it struck hard – …

In for the Long Haul: Can a Sprinter Become a Marathon Runner?

Christy Pettit Assessments, COVID-19, Mentoring, News, Pollinate Insights Leave a Comment

We’re in for the long haul to restore all-round health, folks. The coronavirus pandemic isn’t a sprint anymore but a marathon. Can a sprinter become a marathon runner? Can a marathoner excel at bouts of sprinting? In the total realm of possibility – sure. In an adrenaline-fuelled environment, no doubt …

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

Stacey Curry Gunn Leadership Development, Mentoring, News 1 Comment

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 …

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, …