Monday, January 26, 2015

2015 State of Mentoring Benchmarking Survey

Attention all corporate mentoring program managers! This announcement is for you!

Insala is excited to announce that we're conducting a research survey to discover how you and practitioners like you are using mentoring as an employee development method in order to help you benchmark and determine best practices for your program.

The mentoring space is changing. It's time to take stock of what's new, what's the same, and - most importantly - what works.

About the 2015 State of Mentoring Benchmarking Survey:

This survey will look specifically to provide benchmarks regarding:

  • Program methodology (e.g., mentor matching, program size, mentoring partnerships, and success metrics)
  • Program objectives (e.g., succession planning, leadership development, and strengthening culture)
  • Perceived program effectiveness in conjunction with all of the above.
As a thank-you for your participation, we will share a free copy of our survey report with you following our analysis of the results.

This survey will be open through Friday, March 27, 2015.

All answers will be analyzed collectively, and will not be linked to the individual completing the survey. The survey will take less than 5 minutes to complete. If you have any questions about this survey, or concerns about confidentiality, please feel free to contact us at

Are you in? Great!

We appreciate your input!

(Bonus: Share with colleagues and peers! The social share buttons are below - don't be shy using them!)


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