The maiden edition of the Human Resource Mentoring Programme by Tullow Ghana, in partnership with the Institute of Human Resource Management, has ended with 24 practitioners graduating.
The programme, which is a high-impact capacity-building project, is aimed at developing the HR profession by bringing together senior-level HR practitioners in Ghana to nurture a selected number of early HR professionals.
The first batch of mentees went through a 12-month capacity building session and a one-on-one quarterly mentoring sessions from assigned mentors and senior HR professionals in the country.
Speaking at the graduation ceremony, the HR and Business Services Director, Tullow Ghana Limited, Ms Irene Asare, said the programme was rolled out to mentor and develop early career and high potential human resources management professionals.
Mrs Asare charged them to continue to develop, learn and grow to be resourceful to their organisations through the knowled