WiTH Collective - Mentor Program

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A simple overview of what a mentor program could look like.

Very simply there are three key elements:
1. Starting the mentor process
2. Establishing rules, boundaries & guidelines
3. Monthly meeting requirements.

This presentation defines quickly what the requirements for each are, after reading a lot of information available on the web.

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WiTH Collective - Mentor Program

  1. 1. Mentoring program –Requirements & expectationsDecember 2011
  2. 2. What is this document about?1.  Starting the mentor process2.  Establishing rules, boundaries & guidelines3.  Monthly meeting requirements le, but Fl exib d on use foc es out com
  3. 3. 1. Starting the mentor process –before the first meeting•  Setting & defining your expectations for the process: –  Why do you want a mentor? –  What are you hoping to achieve? –  How often can you meet? –  When can you meet? –  What do you want to get out of the meetings?
  4. 4. 1. Starting the mentor process –during the first meeting•  Things to discuss in the first meeting: –  Discuss expectations (see previous slide) •  Personal development goals •  Professional development goals –  Discuss frequency of meetings & how often –  Requirements for the meetings •  Purpose •  Objectives •  Time •  Pre-work needed
  5. 5. 1. Starting the mentor process –defining the 12 month journey 1. Prior planning 2. First meeting 3. Monthly meetings (meeting 2 – 5) 4. Six-month review 5. Monthly meetings (meeting 7 – 11) 6. Yearly review
  6. 6. 2. Establishing rules, boundaries & guidelines•  What are the rules that the program will work under? –  Commit to one-year partnership What do you •  Monthly meet ups & other comms want to get out •  Requirements & goals of a mentor –  “No-fault” termination clause program? –  Have a six-month check-up to assess•  What are the rules for continue the partnership? –  Measurement: six-month check-up
  7. 7. 2. Establishing rules, boundaries & guidelines•  Six month progress boundaries & catch up on usefulness –  Describe progress –  Review Career Development Plan –  Ask questions
  8. 8. 3. Monthly meeting requirements•  Things to be identified in each meeting: –  Identify goals –  Fill in the gaps –  Expand available options –  Explore referral resources –  Evaluate each meeting
  9. 9. What are the next steps?•  This year: –  Think about what you want to get out of the mentor program•  Next year: –  Start the program –  Agree meeting times
  10. 10. Thank you.e: hello@withcollective.comw: withcollective.comf: facebook.com/withcollective

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