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  • 1. Meaningful Mentorship Steven C. Echard, IOM, CAE Mary J. Wheatley
  • 2. #mentor2011
  • 3. #mentor2011 @gmeliaCAE: What are good scheduling practices to keep a mentorship from withering or stalling? @KPaffhouse: How can participating in mentorship program be positioned on a resume? Do potential employers see this as a benefit?
  • 4. Meaningful Mentorship
    • What Is A Mentor?
    • Case Study
    • Pyramid Model
    • Mentorship Cycle
    • Impact of Mentorship
  • 5. What a mentor IS NOT
    • Your boss
    • Networking
    • Making a copycat
    • Creating a minion
  • 6. What is a mentor?
    • A mentor is a trusted counselor and guide…
    • … and someone you have asked to mentor you!
  • 7. Why Mentorship Matters
    • Relational
    • Educational
    • Mutually Beneficial
  • 8.
    • Thirty Years in the Making!
    My Personal Mentorship Journey
  • 9. My First Mentor: My Mom
    • Hard Work
    • Dedication
    • Values
    • Education
    • Goals
  • 10. Others I Picked Up Along the Way…
    • Consider who helped you get HERE
    • It was probably many people
    • Who helped shape your path?
      • Parents
      • Coaches, Teachers
      • Peers and Colleagues
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  • 17. The Pyramid Model
  • 18. The 1/3/10 Pyramid Model 1 3 10 Primary Mentor Key Advisors Peer Mentors
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  • 22. BRAINSTORM! Discuss potential mentors and why with your neighbors
  • 23. #mentor2011
  • 24. The 1/3/10 Pyramid Model 1 3 10 Primary Mentor Key Advisors Peer Mentors
  • 25. Primary Mentor
    • Executive Director of 501(c)(3)
    • CAE and IOM credentials
    • Experience in medical societies, AMCs
    • Encourages professional development
    • Values family and work/life balance
  • 26. Key Advisor 1
    • Senior Executive at my current assn
    • Previously worked at ASAE
    • Knows tons of people in our industry
    • Expertise in communications
    • Extremely creative thinker
    • Excellent communicator
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    • YAE and deputy executive director
    • Medical association
    • Experience with my current assn
    • Great communicator, open and honest
    • Critical thinker and problem solver
    Key Advisor 2
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    • Executive Director @ medical assn
    • 20+ years experience in business and association management
    • Previously worked in finance
    • Advocate for young professionals and importance of mentorship
    Key Advisor 3
  • 29. The Mentorship Cycle INITIATE MAINTAIN ADAPT
  • 30. INITIATE
  • 31. Know What You Want
    • Conduct your own personal SWOT analysis
    • What are your strengths and weaknesses?
    • What do you see as upcoming opportunities and threats?
  • 32. Know What You Need
    • An OPEN MIND
    • Support and Buy-in
    • Commitment
    • TIME
  • 33.
    • Outline your personal plan
      • Logistics and Timeline
      • Goals and Skill sets
      • Identify potential mentors
      • Outline roles they would serve
        • Fill in your pyramid!
    Developing Your Plan
  • 34. Just do it: Ask! You never know what it could lead to… 21 years of marriage! Prom, 1986
  • 35. MAINTAIN
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    • Check in routinely
    • Keep mentor informed
    • Create meaningful interactions
    • Both individuals benefit
    • Both are changed in some way
    Routine Maintenance
  • 37. EVALUATE
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    • Are your personalities a good match?
    • Are you both gaining something from this?
    Things to Consider
  • 39. ADAPT
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    • Change your plan as needed
    • It should be working for you
    • Do you need a new mentor?
    • Address any roadblocks
    Adapt
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      • Take on protégés
      • Everyone has something to contribute
      • Give back!
    The Cycle Continues… INITIATE MAINTAIN ADAPT Now YOU Become the Mentor
  • 42.
    • Results in positive career outcomes
      • Higher salary, promotions, job satisfaction
    • Pyramid model allows exponential growth
      • Access to 14 mentors
    The Impact of Mentorship
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  • 44. INCEPTION
  • 45. Questions? #mentor2011
  • 46. Thank you!
    • Reminders:
    • Download handout
    • Check out google site
    • Tweet us!