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The research features professional and pedagogical competencies of a mentor in the field of talent management with the aim of securing young specialists at enterprises. The authors analyze the most relevant typologies of mentors' competences according to modern challenges and requirements. They introduce an authentic typology of competency profile of the mentor at an enterprise. It includes four blocks: 1) the organization and planning of training in the workplace in order to improve the level of qualifications of the instructors; 2) the guidance and assessment of the work of the trainee; 3) rationing and assessment of the instructed; 4) raising one's own psychological and pedagogical competence as a mentor. The paper contains a methodology for self-diagnosis of the development of the psycho-pedagogical competences of the mentor at the enterprise. The results of the study are recommended for review and implementation in industrial plants. The present research was carried out within the framework of a comprehensive scientific and methodological development for the Temporary Research Team "Golden Standard for Child Development 2.0" of the Kazan Open University of Talents 2.0 on the topic "Formation of professional and pedagogical competences of mentors of enterprises in the field of talent management with the aim of securing young professionals at the enterprises of the Republic of Tatarstan".

competence, human resources management, management, mentor, HRcompetence, human resources management, management, mentor, HR
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