Junior engineers are future leaders, and you can help them get there.
Training junior engineers is a worthwhile investment for your organization and a rewarding challenge for your own personal development. But finding the time for mentorship can feel impossible when you’re already really busy.
As a leader, prioritizing mentorship now will save you time and energy compared to searching for experienced engineers who are often expensive and difficult to find.
In this panel, managers will share different approaches to nurturing junior talent to give them the best experience. Hear how managers carve out the time for mentorship to create the next generation of leaders in your organization.
- Identify the challenges and needs of your junior engineers that you can match to your organization’s growth
- Understand how and when to provide junior engineers with the right tools
- Apply techniques that you can adapt to different learning styles
- Plan long-term schedules dedicated to mentoring