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  • Hello, I am Ann Rolfe, the e-Mentoring Program facilitator. This presentation introduces the e-Mentoring Program and how you can nominate to participate in this exciting new pilot program being run by the Public Sector Workforce Office in the NSW Department of Premier and Cabinet. The purpose of the e-Mentoring Program is to enable women who are building their careers, or seeking to move to the next level, with the benefit of having a mentor to provide support, ideas and feedback. The e-Mentoring Program is specifically designed to provide access to mentors for women whose work situation means that a mainly face-to-face relationship would be impractical. This includes women working in regional and rural NSW or in non traditional areas in roles where there is less opportunity to meet face-to-face with mentors who can provide encouragement and advice - and with mentors who understand the particular context of working in the NSW public sector.

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  • e-Mentoring Program A new program for the NSW public sector
  • Designed specifically for the sector
  • Designed specifically for the sector
    • women building their careers (Grades 1 to 8) in rural and regional areas
  • Designed specifically for the sector
    • women building their careers (Grades 1 to 8) in rural and regional areas
    • senior women (Grades 12 and above)
  • Designed specifically for the sector
    • women building their careers (Grades 1 to 8) in rural and regional areas
    • senior women (Grades 12 and above)
    • women in non-traditional occupations.
  • A different approach to mentoring
  • A different approach to mentoring
    • Maximum flexibility through on-line delivery of resources
  • A different approach to mentoring
    • Maximum flexibility through on-line delivery of resources
    • Broader access to networks – targets women in remote and regional work locations
  • e-Mentoring – a 1-to-1mentoring relationship plus ….
  • e-Mentoring – a 1-to-1mentoring relationship plus ….
    • Initial Workshop
  • e-Mentoring – a 1-to-1mentoring relationship plus ….
    • Initial Workshop
    • On-line training, resources, forums & tips
  • e-Mentoring – a 1-to-1mentoring relationship plus ….
    • Initial Workshop
    • On-line training, resources, forums & tips
    • Tele seminars
  • e-Mentoring – a 1-to-1mentoring relationship plus ….
    • Initial Workshop
    • On-line training, resources, forums & tips
    • Tele seminars
    • Ongoing assistance and advice
  • Advantages of being mentored?
  • Advantages of being mentored?
    • Benefits include:
    • goal setting
  • Advantages of being mentored?
    • Benefits include:
    • goal setting
    • increased confidence and self-development
  • Advantages of being mentored?
    • Benefits include:
    • goal setting
    • increased confidence and self-development
    • networking
  • Advantages of being mentored?
    • Benefits include:
    • goal setting
    • increased confidence and self-development
    • networking
    • communication skills
  • Advantages of being mentored?
    • Benefits include:
    • goal setting
    • increased confidence and self-development
    • networking
    • communication skills
    • career development
  • Advantages of being a mentor?
  • Advantages of being a mentor?
    • Benefits include:
    • increased self awareness
  • Advantages of being a mentor?
    • Benefits include:
    • increased self awareness
    • communications and leadership skills
  • Advantages of being a mentor?
    • Benefits include:
    • increased self awareness
    • communications and leadership skills
    • new ideas and different perspectives
  • Advantages of being a mentor?
    • Benefits include:
    • increased self awareness
    • communications and leadership skills
    • new ideas and different perspectives
    • increased confidence and self-development.
  • What is your agencies’ commitment?
  • What is your agencies’ commitment?
    • Support participants by enabling them to participate during work time
  • What is your agencies’ commitment?
    • Support participants by enabling them to participate during work time
    • Access to systems – telephone and web
  • What is your agencies’ commitment?
    • Support participants by enabling them to participate during work time
    • Access to systems – telephone and web
    • Enable staff member to attend an Initial Workshop
  • How do I get involved?
  • How do I get involved?
    • Application forms and further information at www.ementoringnswgov.com
  • How do I get involved?
    • Application forms and further information at www.ementoringnswgov.com
    • Apply by 7 November 2008
  • Next steps Photo courtesy of the Royal Botanic Gardens
  • Next steps
    • Participants advised in November 2008
    Photo courtesy of the Royal Botanic Gardens
  • Next steps
    • Participants advised in November 2008
    • Initial Workshops held in early February 2009
    Photo courtesy of the Royal Botanic Gardens
  • Next steps
    • Participants advised in November 2008
    • Initial Workshops held in early February 2009
    • Pilot program ends in July 2009
    Photo courtesy of the Royal Botanic Gardens
  • Further information info@ementoringnswgov.com or [email_address]