5 pitfalls to consider before setting up a mentoring scheme

10 August 2016

Author: Alessandra Alonso, Founder of Everyday Mentor

An article by founder of Everyday Mentor, Alessandra Alonso, on five common pitfalls that people face when setting up a new mentoring project.  Although the article focuses on mentoring in an organisational context the factors to consider are applicable in other settings also.  
The five pitfalls highlighted are:

  1. A lack of transparency in communication
  2. A lack of dedicated resources, including budget
  3. A lack of clarity in aims and objectives 
  4. A lack of staff / participant willingness
  5. A lack of leadership support

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