Since 2000, KMP+ House of Mentoring has designed and implemented state-of-the-art mentoring programmes. Our clients represent many different industries and are both local and global organisations.
Our mission is to provide in-depth knowledge and practical tools for designing and deploying state-of-the-art mentoring programmes with significant business impact. We are passionate about learning, actively engage with our clients and connect with the individuals impacted by our collaboration.
Learn more about how KMP+ House of Mentoring has contributed to the development, retention and recruitment of employees for a number of our clients. Get inspiration on how mentoring programmes can become part of your own organisation.
What our clients says
“The Guidance provided by KMP+ to me as a mentor has been valuable for both my mentee and me. The Workbook and supplemental materials provided a good framework for the ongoing dialogs with my mentee.”
- John Galyen, President, Danfoss North America, mentor
“Management is the ability to deliver results through employees. The better you get at this, the easier it becomes to outperform your competitors. Being a mentor gives me continuous training to become a better leader.”
– Marit Lambrechts, mentor
“Kirsten M. Poulsen has contributed with great enthusiasm and empathy to the fact that we in Realkredit Denmark have established a successful mentoring program where experienced managers are mentors for new managers. Kirsten M. Poulsen’s significant experience and great professional ballast have been a significant asset to the mentoring program, which has helped develop both mentors and mentees.“
- Henrik Blavnsfeldt, assistant director, Realkredit Danmark
“The mentor training gave me time to reflect and the chance to learn new things. It's helped me become a better leader.”
– Kristin K. Devold, Secretary General of Norwegian Tourist Association
“At UiO, we are now planning for the 10th mentoring programme for female postdocs with the help of KMP+ House of Mentoing and IML. We are happy with the collaboration and impressed with the methodology and tools provided by KMP+ House of Mentoring. Working in academia is different from in other public and private organizations, and we have found that the consultants from KMP+ and IML are extremely good at adapting their facilitation and communication style to academia and the different generations in academia - i.e. both the professors (the mentors) and the postdocs who are very diverse in age and nationality. It is a pleasure working with the consultants as we co-create the programme and continuously adapt the contents of the workshops to the changing needs of the participants.“
- Hege Elisabeth Løvbak, Equality adviser, University of Oslo