Workplace mentoring is a learning partnership between employees for purposes of sharing technical information, institutional knowledge and insight with respect to a particular occupation, profession, organization or endeavor. Mentoring is perhaps best described as a developmental process - dynamic and unique to each person. Formal mentoring programs allow organizations to create and nurture those relationships by matching more experienced employees (mentors) with less experienced employees (mentees) to meet specific organizational objectives while helping those individuals in the mentoring relationship to identify and develop their own talents. Mentoring can be used as strategic lever for employee development and profitability. It is one of the most powerful practices that gradually strengthens the entire system in the organization where it is utilized. Companies that have a well structured mentoring program usually experience inclusive growth. This program is targeted at Managers and Unit Heads who would like to hone their skills in transferring their experience to subordinates.