Mentoring intrapreneur workshop 2013

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Mentoring intrapreneurs workshop delivered at the Intrapreneurship Conference in Barcelona 2013 #IntraCnf

Mentoring intrapreneur workshop 2013

  1. 1. MENTORING INTRAPRENEURS Stéphanie Mitrano / MERKAPT
  2. 2. Our consulting agency copilots startups and multinationals innovation projects
  3. 3. Stéphanie MITRANO-MÉDA transition designer smitrano@merkapt.com @SMmerkapt +33.611.623.873 Executive Coach cert. NCFE / PhD Sc. Management Executive Coaching. Mentoring programme Design for entrepreneurs and high potential executives. Training : Leadership, team constitution and management, business agility, relationship and con!ict management. Consulting on innovative projects for start-ups & multinationals. Teaching : Strategy, Business Model Design & Innovation, Authentic & Adaptable Management & Organizational Behaviour Business Schools and Universities. Pro!l complet de Stéphanie : http://fr.linkedin.com/in/smitrano/fr
  4. 4. Formal programmes of mentoring HIGH POTENTIALS INTRAPRENEURS & ENTREPRENEURS WOMEN'S NETWORKS
  5. 5. MENTORING Success factors for a formal programme { De"nition Necessary Conditions Formal Programme Design
  6. 6. MENTORING ?
  7. 7. Entrepreneurial mentoring is a volunteer (unpaid) support relationship between an experienced entrepreneur (mentor) willing to share his perspective, advice, knowledge, ideas and network and a neo-entrepreneur (mentee) willing to listen and exchange in order to develop himself and his project.
  8. 8. TR AVEL COMPANION
  9. 9. TWO common points Asymmetry Compensation Mentor ★★★ ★★★ Consultant ★★★ ★★★ Coach ★★★ ★★★ Trainer ★★★ ★★★
  10. 10. COMPENSATION?
  11. 11. YES, several compensations... Status Pleasure Usefulness Legitimacy Reputation Socialisation Contribution Recognition Recommendation Indirect goals ...
  12. 12. Mentors' Motivations: Altruism: helping a future entrepreneur, contributing to the local economy, stimulating entrepreneurship... Intellectual enrichment: discovering new business issues, being curious about new start-ups, technologies and markets... Pride to contribute: feeling useful, being recognized in the entrepreneurial community, in social circle, perosnal satisfaction...
  13. 13. THREE Di#erences Know-Hows Behaviours Experience Mentor ★ ★ ★ ★ ★★★ Consultant ★ ★ ★★ ★★ Coach ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Trainer ★★★ ★ ★
  14. 14. Mentor's roles Re!ector Reassurance Motivation Con"dent
  15. 15. Mentor's roles Integration Information Challenge Guide
  16. 16. Mentor's roles Role Model
  17. 17. Mentor's roles The key roles for intra & entrepreneurs Re!ector Reassurance Integration Motivation Information Con"dent Confrontation Role Model Guide
  18. 18. NECESSARY CONDITIONS?
  19. 19. 1. Permission De"ning the scope of the relationship. Ensuring con"dentiality. Authorising straight-talk.
  20. 20. 1. Permission De"ning the scope of the relationship. Ensuring con"dentiality. Authorising straight-talk. 2. Engagement Sharing values. Understanding compensation. Recognising the bene"ts.
  21. 21. 1. Permission De"ning the scope of the relationship. Ensuring con"dentiality. Authorising straight-talk. 2. Engagement Sharing values. Understanding compensation. Recognising the bene"ts. 3. Availability Frequency + Quality > Duration. Being attentive. Stabilising an informal process.
  22. 22. 1. Permission De"ning the scope of the relationship. Ensuring con"dentiality. Authorising straight-talk. 2. Engagement Sharing values. Understanding compensation. Recognising the bene"ts. 3. Availability Frequency + Quality > Duration. Being attentive. Stabilising an informal process. 4. Legitimacy Realisations + Experience > Competences. Credibility = perceived pro"le.
  23. 23. MENTOR'S QUALITIES, COMPETENCIES AND POSTURE?
  24. 24. { MENTOR'S QUALITIES, COMPETENCIES AND POSTURE? Empathy Trust Listening skills Sharing Credibility Engagement Reliability Patient Open-minded Available Likes to help others Technical knowledge Capacity to understand others Interpersonal skills Capcity to teach and guide ... Credibility Engagement Interpersonal skills
  25. 25. DESIGNING A FORMAL MENTORING PROGRAMME
  26. 26. 3 Ingredients for A Successful Mentoring Relationship FIT Interpersonal + Professional Mentor Credible Engaged Interpersonal skills Mentee Needing support Engaged Interpersonal skills
  27. 27. 3 Key Actions to create the conditions for A Successful Mentoring Relationship 1. Creating & driving a professional, dynamic & easy-going network. 2. Mentors & mentees' training. 3. Coordinating the matching process. FIT Interpersonal + Professional Mentor Credible Engaged Interpersonal skills Mentee Needing support Engaged Interpersonal skills
  28. 28. { Framework Network of mentors Training Matching Follow up Evaluation
  29. 29. 1 YEAR MENTORING PROGRAMME DESIGN SET-UP MATCHING Trainings Coaching Information Launch Consulting Active networking { PILOTING } MENTORING ENRICHMENT ENRICHMENT MONITORING 360° Evaluation ENRICHMENT Workshops Programme objectives Talent pool activation Performance criteria Rules of engagement Talent pool identi!cation Prerequisites assessment: • Permission • Willingness • Availability • Legitimacy 1/2 month 1 month Relationship e#ciency measurement with 2H3S Scoring : Dyad !tting: • Legitimacy • Permission • Willingness • Similarity • Complementarity • Availability • Proximity • H Factor 1/2 month • Horizon • Height • Speed • Stability • Space 3 months 3 months 3 months 1 month Programme enhancement and acceleration
  30. 30. Thank you!

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