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  • 1. “A successful mentoring programme can make a significant difference to the ability of young entrepreneurs to succeed in business.” The Mentoring Specialist Track will have a strong focus on knowledge sharing, exploring good practice and networking. To this end, the Mentoring Specialist Track will consist of the following: i. Technical sessions led by world leading mentoring expert Professor David Clutterbuck and mentoring subject matter experts John Cull and John Sutherland Wright. Sessions will focus on mentor and mentee training, mentoring skills, evaluation and the art of making a successful match ii. YBI member led presentations covering mentoring successes, challenges and new mentoring innovations iii. Sessions to build and strengthen the mentoring community to enable on-going knowledge and experience sharing iv. An overview of the YBI mentoring offering to members – what we have accomplished to date, where we hope to be whilst inviting feedback from members on where we should focus our efforts v. Opportunities to meet with organisations external to the network who operate as specialists in the field of mentoring By the end of the week it is anticipated that colleagues will have:  A stronger sense of being part of a global mentoring community  Developed relationships with fellow mentoring practitioners by sharing experiences and learning from one another  An increased awareness about mentoring innovations, challenges and successes taking place within and external to the network  Contributed to strategies for improving the process of learning from one another and identified potential collaboration opportunities Welcome to London and the YBI Mentoring Specialist Track Mentoring Specialist Track
  • 2.  Maria Ines Khoury, Fundación Impulsar, Argentina  Caroline Maria Appel, Aliança Empreendedora, Brazil  Linda Morana, CYBF, Canada  Yonghui Wu, Youth Business China  Salah Tachoukaft , Entreprendre en Banlieue/Planet Finance France  T.L Viswanathan, BYST, India  Mohan Singh, (YBI 2013 Mentor of the Year - India)  Meirav Fitousi, Keren Shemesh Foundation, Israel  Monica Bertola, Permicro, Italy  Yazan Al Masafah, Tamweelcom, Jordan  Bolortsetseg Gelegnamjil, Youth Business Mongolia  Kayode Oluwafemi, FATE Foundation, Nigeria  Irina Gorelova, Youth Business Russia  Elena Pilipenko, Youth Business Russia  Ebtisam Al Hamedi, The Centennial Fund, Saudi Arabia  Alfonso Basco, Youth Business Spain  Ana Bejarano, Youth Business Spain  Rajesh Ramasamy Rajesh Ramasamy, Youth Business Sri Lanka  Josefin Hildinge, Swedish Jobs and Society Foundation, Sweden  Amor Ben Ammar, Enda Inter Arabe, Tunisia  Ronald Mukasa, Enterprise Uganda  Samantha Robertson, The Prince’s Trust, UK  Charlotte Rose, The Prince’s Trust, UK And your facilitators for the week are…..  Hoang Anh Thi Le, YBI Mentoring Programme Manager  John Cull, Mentoring Subject Matter Expert and YBI Consultant  Pauline Bell, Mentoring Consultant (and ex Prince’s Scottish Youth Business Trust’s Volunteer Manager)  Joan Hatheway, YBI’s (very valued!) Volunteer and Advisor Mentoring Specialists attending the Track
  • 3. Venue (unless otherwise stated): The ‘Barn’ Conference Room Greencoat Place Conference Centre 24 Greencoat Place, London SW1P 1BE Tel: +44(0)20 7798 6000 Specialist Track Venue: Greencoat Place Conference Centre First point of contact: Safiyah Dahbi Skali, Specialist Logistics Coordinator: +44 (0)7446057549 Contact details for Hoang Anh Thi Le: +44 (0)7827226104
  • 4. Mentoring Specialist Track at a glance Monday 9th September “How do YOU do it?” Dress: Business dress/suits and ties for gentlemen 08:15 09:00-10:00 10:00 - 10:15 10:15-10:45 10:45 - 11:15 11:15 - 12:15 12:15 - 13:00 13:00 - 14:15 14:15- 14:45 14:45- 15:45 15:45 - 16:45 16:45 - 17:00 17:15 Taxis depart the Strand Palace Hotel for Greencoat Place Conference Centre Welcome and Scene Setting by Andrew Devenport and Maarten Rooney Break Welcome and Introductions Mentoring Quiz! Member presentations (1) Lunch Member presentations (2) Break: A traditional English tea Member presentations (3) Member presentations (4) Summary of the day Walk over to St James’s Palace for 18:00 reception Tuesday 10th September “Mentoring Skills for Success” Dress: Business casual 08:15 09:05 - 15:00 09:05 - 15:00 15:00 - 15:30 15:30 - 17:15 17:15 - 17:30 Post work option Taxis depart the Strand Palace Hotel for Greencoat Place Conference Centre Option A: Mentor Induction Training with John Cull Option B: Developing your Mentoring Skills with John Sunderland Wright Break It takes two to tango: the role of the mentee Summary and close Option to join Hoang Anh and John for a walk along the River Thames (weather dependent!) and for dinner. This will be self funded by delegates. Wednesday 11th September “Passion, Expertise and Knowledge Transfer” Dress: Business casual 08:15 09:05 - 13:00 13:00 - 13:20 13:25 14:00 - 15:00 15:00 - 17:30 17:30 - 19:00 Taxis depart the Strand Palace Hotel for Greencoat Place Conference Centre A mentoring master class with world leading expert, Professor David Clutterbuck A quick lunch Departure to Global Summit Venue (Victory Services Club) Building a Knowledge Community: Learning from what we do Networking for Knowledge: The ‘Market Place’ Drinks reception at the Victory Services Club Thursday 12th September “Building a Global Mentoring Community” Dress day: smart casual Evening: Black tie/cocktail dress or national costume 08:15 09:00 - 09:15 09:15 - 09:45 09:45 - 10:45 10:45 - 11:15 11:15 - 12:30 12:30 - 13:00 13:00 - 14:30 14:30 - 17:25 17:25 17:40 18:10 10:45 - 01:00 Taxis depart the Strand Palace Hotel for Greencoat Place Conference Centre Introduction to the day The Cherie Blair Foundation for Women and online mentoring: Partnership opportunities Road map for YBI’s mentoring offering to members Break Building a global mentoring community Closing remarks and farewells Specialist Track lunch at St John’s Smith Square restaurant Free time Meet in lobby of Strand Palace Hotel Bus departs Strand Palace Hotel for Young Entrepreneur of the Year Awards Arrival, Honorary Artillery Company, venue for Young Entrepreneur of the Year Awards Option to attend the Global Summit After Party at the Electricity Showrooms IMPORTANT! You will need to bring your formal invitation card together with some form of photo ID, such as a passport, and another form of ID such as a utility bill with your name and home address on it, otherwise you will be refused entry by Palace security. Mobiles phones, laptops and other electronic devices, large bags and briefcases will not be permitted in the reception but must be left with security. Guests may be searched.
  • 5. Dress code Business dress / Suits and ties for gentlemen 08:15 Departure from The Strand Palace Hotel Taxis will be departing for Greencoat Place at exactly 8:15am. Please be ready in the Strand Palace Hotel lobby. There will be two YBI members of staff with signs to direct you to the appropriate taxi. IMPORTANT: Please ensure you have two pieces of identification (including one with your photo and one with your address e.g. a utility bill) and your invitation card for the St James’s Palace reception. You will not be admitted without these! 09:00 - 10:00 Welcome and Introduction to the Week Welcome and introductions by YBI. This is an opportunity for all specialists to interact, and warm up for the week ahead. Andrew Devenport, YBI Chief Executive Officer Maarten Rooney, YBI Chief Operating Officer 10:00 - 10:15 Break 10:15 - 10:45 Mentoring Specialist Track Welcome and Introductions Facilitators Hoang Anh Thi Le and John Cull will welcome all mentoring specialists to the first mentoring specialist track. The overview of mentoring track agenda and ob- jectives for the week will be shared with all participants. Hoang Anh Thi Le John Cull Pauline Bell 10:45 - 11:15 Mentoring Quiz! A lively informal activity with a ‘mentoring meets London’ flavour to start the special- ist track. → Please bring a sweet treat from your country to share with fellow specialists! John Cull Hoang Anh Thi Le 11:15 - 12:15 Member Presentations: New and Potential Members of the YBI network This is an opportunity to learn about your fellow members’ mentoring programmes including their successes, challenges and innovations. Each member will have 5-12 minutes (dependent on size of mentoring programme) to present aspects of their mentoring programme including a two minute video. If members do not yet have a mentoring programme, there is the option to present what ‘after care’ / support ser- vices / alternatives to mentoring they provide an entrepreneur. After every 4-5 presentations, there will be a short Q&A panel session moderated by John Cull. Sweden, Brazil, Mongolia, Tunisia, Jordan, France [Italy] 12:15 - 13:00 Lunch 13:00 - 14:15 Member Presentations (1) Canada, India, China, UK 14:15- 14:45 Break: A traditional English tea 14:45- 15:45 Member Presentations (2) Israel, Argentina, Saudi Arabia, Russia 15:45 - 16:45 Member Presentations (3) Sri Lanka, Spain, Uganda, Nigeria 16:45- 17:00 Summary of the day John Cull 17:15 Walk over to St James’s Palace for reception . This is approximately a 20 minute walk. Ladies, please wear appropriate footwear! IMPORTANT: Have you got two pieces of ID and your invitation card? Monday 11th September “How do YOU do it?”
  • 6. Dress code Business Casual 08:15 Departure from The Strand Palace Hotel Taxis will be departing for Greencoat Place at exactly 8:15am. Please be ready in the Strand Palace Hotel lobby. There will be two YBI members of staff with signs to direct you to the appropriate taxi. 09:00 - 09:05 Introduction to the day Mentoring Skills for Success For this session, you have the choice of attending one of two training workshops: Option A is aimed at members who: would like to familiarise themselves with YBI’s full mentor training workshop. Have not yet delivered mentor training and plan to do so. Option B is designed for those who: may already be familiar with the full YBI mentor induction training workshop and would like to learn new mentoring tools and models. →If you are unsure about which one to attend, please speak to Hoang Anh. 09:05 - 15:00 Option A: Mentor Induction Training with John Cull This session will give colleagues an opportunity to observe and participate in YBI’s standard mentor induction train- ing workshop. This workshop will be led by YBI’s mentoring subject matter expert, John Cull. Topics  What is mentoring  Stages of the mentoring process  Preparing for the first meeting  What makes a good mentor  Listening skills  Mentoring skills practise  Mentoring case study  The exit  Q&A  Summary and close 09:05 - 15:00 Option B: Developing your Mentoring Skills with John Sunderland Wright This session is a highly practical and interactive workshop, which follows on from YBI’s Mentor Induction Training. It will introduce colleagues to effective mentoring tools and models which will enable colleagues to enhance their mentoring skills and those of their mentors. Time will be provided within the workshop to practice these tools and colleagues will be given practical support and guidance from the trainer to help them gain confidence using these tools. Examples topics will include:  The background to mentoring  The building blocks of learning  The skills required by a mentor  Exploring some additional tools for effective mentoring - Readiness to change model - The Inner game model - Circle of concern (controlling the controllables) - Push/Pull approach - G.R.O.W. - Go-Mad (possibility thinking framework) - Reflective practice Tuesday 10th September “Mentoring Skills for Success”
  • 7. 15:00 - 15:30 Break 15:30 - 17:15 It Takes Two to Tango: The Role of the Mentee Are you facing challenges persuading your young entrepreneurs that mentoring is a good idea? Are they reluc- tant to have a mentor? Are relationships failing because the mentee’s expectations have not been managed? This session will discuss the role of the mentee in the mentoring relationship and colleagues are invited to share their experiences. YBI’s new mentee training workshop will be shared. 17:15 - 17:30 Summary of the day 17:30 Delegates to make their own way back to the Strand Palace Hotel or to any pre arranged receptions. YBI staff will be on hand to direct delegates. Post work option Option to join Hoang Anh and John for a walk along the River Thames (weather permitting!) and dinner. This will be self-funded by delegates.
  • 8. Wednesday 11th September “Passion, Expertise and Knowledge Transfer” Dress code Business Casual 08:15 Departure from The Strand Palace Hotel Taxis will be departing for Greencoat Place at exactly 8:15am. Please be ready in the Strand Palace Hotel lobby. There will be two YBI members of staff with signs to direct you to the appropriate taxi. 09:00 - 09:05 Introduction to the day 09:05 - 13:00 (with breaks) A Mentoring Master Class with world leading expert, Professor David Clutterbuck A mentoring seminar by world leading expert, Professor David Clutterbuck on key areas such as matching, effec- tive supervision and evaluation. David Clutterbuck brought the concept of supported mentoring to Europe in the 1980s and is a leading authori- ty globally in both coaching and mentoring. David has written more than 55 books and is visiting professor at two universities. He practises what he preaches by taking on a major learning challenge every year. Specialists from the MEL, OMS and Training Specialists Tracks may join for part or the whole of this session. 13:00 - 13:20 A Quick Lunch! 13:25 All Specialists will be transported to the Global Summit Venue, Victory Services Club 14:00 - 15:00 Building a Knowledge Community: Learning from What We Do A panel session with YBI subject specialists to exchange experiences and insights in the four areas of the special- ist tracks: mentoring; training; technology and systems; and monitoring, evaluation and learning (MEL). The panel will set the scene for the next breakouts. See the Summit agenda for full details. 15:00 - 17:30 Networking for Knowledge: The ‘Market Place’ Another opportunity to network with your mentoring peers and the wider Global Summit. Mentoring Specialists will be briefed on their involvement in this session. See the Summit agenda for more details. 17:30 - 19:00 Drinks reception at the Victory Services Club Delegates to make their own way back to the Strand Palace Hotel. The nearest underground station is Marble Arch on the Central line.
  • 9. Thursday 12th September “Building a Global Mentoring Community” Dress code: Evening: Smart casual Black tie /cocktail dress (long or short) / national dress / business suit 08:15 Departure from the Strand Palace Hotel Taxis will be departing for Greencoat Place at exactly 8:15am. Please be ready in the Strand Palace Hotel lobby. There will be two YBI members of staff with signs to direct you to the appropriate taxi. 09:00 - 09:15 Introduction to the day 09:15 - 09:45 The Cherie Blair Foundation for Women and online mentoring: Partnership opportunities An introduction to YBI’s partnership with the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women and its online mentoring service and platform. Leadl Giulia Corinaldi, Interim CEO for the Cherie Blair Foundation. 09:45 - 10:45 Road Map for YBI’s Mentoring Offering to Members This session will focus on what we have accomplished to date, where we hope to be whilst inviting feedback from colleagues on where YBI should focus its efforts. 10:45 - 11:15 Break 11:15 - 12:30 Building the YBI Mentoring Community and Learning From One Another Our network represents a vast resource of mentoring knowledge and experience that we are not yet fully capi- talizing on. Specialists will be invited to discuss ideas and strategies for improving the process of learning from one another, connecting mentors and mentees across the network and the role that YBI can play in facilitating this. This session will also incorporate a focus on delegate’s mentoring development goals beyond the track. 12:30 - 13:00 Closing remarks, group photo and farewells 13:00 - 14:30 Group Lunch at St John’s Smith Square Restaurant 14:30 - 17:25 Free time to explore London 17:25 Meet in lobby of Strand Palace Hotel 17:40 Bus departs Strand Palace Hotel for Young Entrepreneur of the Year Awards 18:10 Arrival, Honorary Artillery Company, venue for the Young Entrepreneur Awards Armoury House City Rd, London EC1Y 2BQ 22:30 - 01:00 Global Summit After Party! For all delegates, there is the option of dancing the night away at The Electricity Showrooms. Hoxton Square, Shoreditch, London N1 6NN. However, if delegates would like to go back to their hotel after the Awards, there will be transportation provided. Please note: Please note!  Dress code for the Young Entrepreneur of the Year Awards is black tie/cocktail dress (long or short)/national dress/ business suit  There will be no transportation provided back to the hotel after the after party. Please check your delegate packs for more details about late night transport options
  • 10. Country: India Name: Mohan Singh Country: Israel Name: Meirav Fitousi Mentoring Specialist Track Attendees Country: Argentina Name: Maria Ines Khoury Country: China Name: Yonghui Wu Country: Brazil Name: Caroline Maria Appel Country: Canada Name: Linda Morana Country: France Name: Salah Tachoukaft Country: India Name: T.L Viswana- than (TLV)
  • 11. Country: Mongolia Name: Bolortsetseg Gelegnamjil Country: Nigeria Name: Kayode Oluwafemi Country: Russia Name: Irina Gorelova Country: Russia Name: Elena Pilipenko Country: Saudi Arabia Name: Ebitsam Al Hamedi Country: Spain Name: Alfonso Basco Country: Sri Lanka Name: Rajesh Ramasamy Country: Spain Name: Ana Bejarano
  • 12. Country: Italy Name: Monica Bertola Country: Sweden Name: Josefin Hildinge Country: Tunisia Name: Amor Ben Ammar Country: Uganda Name: Ronald Mukasa Country: United Kingdom Name: Samantha Robertson Country: United Kingdom Name: Charlotte Rose Country: Jordan Name: Yazan Al Masa’fah

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