Nu Era Talent Development President, Ronnalee McMahon founded Lilith Professional in 2008 to support the development, advancement and retention of high performing female lawyers. Since that time, the program has expanded to include women in all professional fields and across industries with an emphasis on female knowledge workers across the energy, construction, technology, manufacturing and mining sectors. Nu Era has worked with 59 companies and over 500 participants, participating in dozens of programs.

Take a look at our case studies. These are some of the results we’ve achieved for organizations like yours.

Case Study – Lilith Professional – Women of Impact Program
Case Study – Lilith Law – Mentoring Program

How We Work

Acting as an outsourced partner, we work with companies to develop programs that help to strengthen the ties with their high performing employees. We engage the company’s seasoned leaders within the organization as part of the program experience – as mentors, guest speakers and advisors. We don’t develop leaders for you – we develop them with you. We can grow your current initiative or build one for you.

But our work doesn’t stop there. We work with universities, public and private high schools to design leadership summits and mentorship programs that help students gain the valuable experience and advice they need from industry mentors.

Why Nu Era Talent Development Group?

  • Over a decade developing a series of mentoring programs to ensure that companies have the talent they need to maximize their company’s performance.
  • 10,000+ hours invested in research and program development
  • Original pragmatic content specifically designed to set mentors and their partners up for success

Did you Know?

Employees who are in a mentoring relationship are 77% more likely to stay in a job. Thirty five percent of employees who do not receive regular mentoring look for another job within 12 months. Turnover is expensive, time consuming and the loss of knowledge, talent and expertise results in the loss of knowledge, talent and expertise. It has never been more important to offer opportunities for employees to deliver their best, feel more engaged in the workplace and learn and grow. Emerging Workforce study by Spherion, 2012

Mentoring increases learning retention: With mentoring managerial productivity increased by 88% verses 24% with training alone. (ASTD)

Mentoring helps keep valuable employees: Over 40% of internal job moves involving high potential employees end in failure. (Harvard Business Review). Losing employees costs 100-300% of the replaced employee’s salary. (Society of Human Resource Management)

Our commitment to building diverse and inclusive workplaces runs as deep now as it did ten years ago when we launched our first program in 2008. Contact us now to discuss how we can help to support your mentorship initiative.