Reverse mentoring – 7 steps to success

You will no doubt be familiar with the term ‘mentoring’, and may even have been a part of a mentoring scheme yourself at one point or another.  But what about ‘reverse mentoring’?

Reverse mentoring refers to an initiative in which older executives are paired and mentored by younger employees on topics such as technology, social media and current trends.

The idea that senior executives could stand to learn a thing or two from a new employee goes against traditional workplace practices, where more experienced workers often provide the most input, make decisions and provide mentorship to newer employees with less experience.  However, younger members of staff who are just entering the workplace often have new skills and expertise, and they can provide fresh perspectives and ways of working that can benefit their more established colleagues.

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