HR, Diversity & Mentoring: A Correlation to Talent Development?

October 11, 2012 2:22 pm

Dana Foote, KPMGDiversityInc research shows that formal, cross-cultural mentoring has a direct correlation to talent development, which is measured in engagement, retention and rate of promotions. KPMG’s Dana Foote reveals at our diversity event how her firm maximizes mentoring through HR and diversity-management collaboration.

View the presentation slides and the video below.

KPMG, No. 22 in the 2012 DiversityInc Top 50, is one of eight leading companies that presented at our Managing Relationships Between HR & Diversity Departments event held in New York City. Visit for a schedule of our upcoming learning sessions.

HR, Diversity & Mentoring

View the presentation below or download the PDF. You also can click here to expand the slideshow.


Video Minutes

00:58 The Four Success Factors of Mentoring

02:27 KPMG’s Mentoring Expectation

08:30 Business Impact: Advancement Opportunities & Senior Leadership

12:20 How to Improve Mentoring Through Sponsorship

16:05 Sponsorship at KPMG: Different than Mentoring

17:53 Audience Q&A Session