2013 Lisbon Mentoring Program Presentation

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Mentoring is a voluntary learning partnership through which a more experienced professional (the mentor) shares his expertise and experience to support someone else (the mentee) in achieving her professional development goals.
Know more about EPWN here http://www.europeanpwn.net

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  • Olá!
    Alargamos a data limite de receção de candidaturas até ao dia 17 de Janeiro.
    As candidatas interessadas em concorrer a esta 2ª edição do Lisbon Mentoring Program, queiram enviar-nos:
    1. Resposta ao formulário de candidatura em https://pt.surveymonkey.com/s/MenteeFormWomenship13
    2. Enviar por email, para epwn.lisbon.mentoring@gmail.com, os seguintes documentos que fazem parte integrante da candidatura:
    • CV (file name format: Ana Santos - mentee - cv 2012 03 09)
    • Photo with 200-500Kb (file name format: Ana Santos - mentee - photo 2012 03 09)
    • Signed mentoring contract (file name format: Ana Santos - mentee - contract 2012 03 09)

    (ver mais informações na apresentação)

    Ficamos a aguardar.
    Obrigada.
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2013 Lisbon Mentoring Program Presentation

  1. 1. EPWN-LISBON 2013 MENTORING PROGRAM PresentationDecember 2012
  2. 2. AGENDA 1 What to Expect from EPWN Lisbon Mentoring 2013 2 Review of 2012 3 Mentoring & EPWN 4 Know More About Mentoring2 TOGETHER WE PROMOTE THE PROGRESS OF WOMEN IN BUSINESS
  3. 3. AGENDA 1 What to Expect from EPWN Lisbon Mentoring 2013 2 Review of 2012 3 Mentoring & EPWN 4 Know More About Mentoring3 TOGETHER WE PROMOTE THE PROGRESS OF WOMEN IN BUSINESS
  4. 4. 1. WHAT TO EXPECT FROM EPWN LISBON MENTORING 2013 | PROGRAMOur Goals1.To develop the pipeline of female talent.2.To promote the access to role models, namelyfemale role models.3.To develop a Mentoring Practice focused in awomen’s leadership development model.4.To create a Knowledge Center in Mentoring.5.To make Womenship a Premium Program,supporting EPWN Lisbon’s aspiration to become thepreferred partner for Companies to implement theirwomen’s talent management policies.6.To contribute to sharing knowledge between thegenders. 4 TOGETHER WE PROMOTE THE PROGRESS OF WOMEN IN BUSINESS
  5. 5. 1. WHAT TO EXPECT FROM EPWN LISBON MENTORING 2013 | PROGRAM HOW DOES IT WORK? 60 Mentors and Mentees from different sectors and level of seniority. •Mentors are women and men with proven experience and passion for mentoring •Mentees are EPWN* members with interest and commitment and a development objective Matching will be done based on application information and interview. Pairs will confirm matching in the first mentoring session. Commitment: •12 months (8 to 12 sessions, face-to-face or electronically). •The duration, structure and content of the sessions is left up to the two participants, Mentor and Mentee. Tools and support: •Program team (supported by an advisory board). •Training workshops on mentoring. •Manual with proposed exercises for each session. •Email and telephone support by mentoring angels team. •EPWN intranet Group "Lisbon Mentoring 2013". •2 surveys on the process. •Lisbon Mentoring Alumni Group. •Buddy mentee. * Mentees need to become EPWN members to access the program.5 TOGETHER WE PROMOTE THE PROGRESS OF WOMEN IN BUSINESS
  6. 6. 1. WHAT TO EXPECT FROM EPWN LISBON MENTORING 2013 | PROGRAMMentoring October: Online surveyProgramme 2013 sent to mentors and End June:Kick off event – 7th mentees to gain Intermediate follow upMarch feedback from the workshop program and notify about year end events. March: Separate Feb 14: Wrap-up compulsory workshop and next steps training for mentors workshop and mentees by Kirsten Poulsen * * Indicative, to be confirmed.6 TOGETHER WE PROMOTE THE PROGRESS OF WOMEN IN BUSINESS
  7. 7. 1. WHAT TO EXPECT FROM EPWN LISBON MENTORING 2013 | PROGRAM HOW DO I GET INVOLVED? A. If you are a potential Mentee: Applications start on the 12th of December and end on the 21st. Fill out the form “HERE”: (Mentee profile form), stating your goals, expectations and other relevant information. 50€ mentoring program fee payment for administrative expenses upon being accepted. B. If you would like to become a Mentor: Mentors are invited to participate in our mentoring pool. If you are interested in participating in our program as a Mentor please contact us at epwn.lisbon.mentoring@gmail.com. The Mentorship Committee will pair Mentors and Mentees. The Committee’s members remain at the disposal of everyone interested and assists Mentors and Mentees with information, answers questions and takes suggestions for the betterment of the program.7 TOGETHER WE PROMOTE THE PROGRESS OF WOMEN IN BUSINESS
  8. 8. AGENDA 1 What to Expect from EPWN Lisbon Mentoring 2013 2 Review of 2012 3 Mentoring & EPWN 4 Know More About Mentoring8 TOGETHER WE PROMOTE THE PROGRESS OF WOMEN IN BUSINESS
  9. 9. 2. REVIEW OF 2012 | A CHALLENGING YEAR!30 Mentors and Mentees Pairs 3 segments of Mentees - Professional Maturity Mentors with high reputationPilot launched on the 8th March, International Woman’s DayA follow-up and process sustainability approachImplemented by a Multi-disciplinary Team Isabel Angela Ana Leonor Inês Maria Inês Gabriela Viegas Gaehtgens Oliveira Pinto Vaz Pinto Holtreman Nunes Machado9 TOGETHER WE PROMOTE THE PROGRESS OF WOMEN IN BUSINESS
  10. 10. 2. REVIEW OF 2012 | QUOTING SOME MENTEES “Personal and professional development with visible return on results.” “Excellent opportunity!” “(...) the experience has been very helpful in defining clearer goals and action plans for the future.”10 TOGETHER WE PROMOTE THE PROGRESS OF WOMEN IN BUSINESS
  11. 11. 2. REVIEW OF 2012 | EVALUATION & RESULTS % of highest score THE RELATIONSHIP ENABLES ADDRESSING DIFFICULT ISSUES 75,0% MY INVESTMENT IN THE WOMENSHIP PROGRAM IS WORTH IT 75,0% I FEEL THAT I AM IMPROVING 50,0% I RECOMEND WOMENSHIP 64,3% I CONSIDER THAT THE MATCHING WITH MY MENTOR/ MENTEE WAS IDEAL 82,1% Source: Mid-program survey to mentors and mentees; 48% response rate11 TOGETHER WE PROMOTE THE PROGRESS OF WOMEN IN BUSINESS
  12. 12. AGENDA 1 What to Expect from EPWN Lisbon Mentoring 2013 2 Review of 2012 3 Mentoring & EPWN 4 Know More About Mentoring12 TOGETHER WE PROMOTE THE PROGRESS OF WOMEN IN BUSINESS
  13. 13. 3. MENTORING & EPWN WHAT IS MENTORING? Mentoring is a voluntary learning partnership through which a more experienced professional (the mentor) shares his expertise and experience to support someone else (the mentee) in achieving her professional development goals. Research suggests that working with a mentor in the world of business can make a big difference to the professional advancement of a mentee. "Women with a mentor increased their odds of being placed at midmanager or above by 56% over women without a mentor." (Catalyst 2010). ‘‘Gratitude’, ‘learning’ and ‘privilege’ are the three terms we hear frequently, when people talk about their experiences as mentor or mentee.’ (David Clutterbuck, Everyone Needs a Mentor, 2006:3) “Mentoring is a relationship that is created to share knowledge and experience for learning in a purposeful way.” (Women@WorkNo7, EPWN)13 TOGETHER WE PROMOTE THE PROGRESS OF WOMEN IN BUSINESS
  14. 14. 3. MENTORING & EPWN • Mentoring is one of the primary activities that helps all EPWN members to develop and advance professionally. • Members can choose whether they would like to participate in local mentoring activities or at Federation Level, or both. All for free. • More than a quarter of EPWN members (>850) are actively involved in mentoring programs across Europe. • In 2012, 13 city networks had a local Mentoring Program: Amsterdam, Barcelona, Brussels, Germany, Lisbon, London, Madrid, Marseille, Milan, Nice, Oslo, Paris and Vienna14 TOGETHER WE PROMOTE THE PROGRESS OF WOMEN IN BUSINESS
  15. 15. 3. MENTORING & EPWN WHO WE ARE: • Non-profit international network of professional women, founded in 2002 • A dynamic and growing network of more than 3,500 members with more than 90 nationalities • 18 networks in main European cities connected by a networking platform • A volunteer-run organization: European Board of 6, over 115 board members in the countries Objective: EPWN promotes the professional progress of women through all phases of their career and helps them follow sustainable professional career paths • Members: • Industry, Consumer, Technology, Finance, Law… • Corporate (70%), entrepreneurs & self-employed (30%) • MBA or other higher degree • Activity: • > 400 events per year • 11 books published since 2003 • Top research with top companies15 TOGETHER WE PROMOTE THE PROGRESS OF WOMEN IN BUSINESS
  16. 16. AGENDA 1 What to Expect from EPWN Lisbon Mentoring 2013 2 Review of 2012 3 Mentoring & EPWN 4 Know More About Mentoring16 TOGETHER WE PROMOTE THE PROGRESS OF WOMEN IN BUSINESS
  17. 17. 4. KNOW MORE ABOUT MENTORING? MENTORING FOR WOMEN ADVANCEMENT • Mentoring can be a hugely effective way of helping talented people to develop their skills, hone their career strategies and gain both confidence and greater exposure. • Mentoring can also provide a powerful opportunity for leaders to gain understanding and insights which help them drive D&I change and accelerate progress.17 TOGETHER WE PROMOTE THE PROGRESS OF WOMEN IN BUSINESS
  18. 18. 4. KNOW MORE ABOUT MENTORING? BENEFITS For The Mentee Rapid learning and constructive challenge; availability of advice and sounding- board. For The Mentor An opportunity to practice development skills, to be challenged, to reflect upon his own practice, to gain insight about his own values, personal style and to have the chance to connect with different realities.18 TOGETHER WE PROMOTE THE PROGRESS OF WOMEN IN BUSINESS
  19. 19. 4. KNOW MORE ABOUT MENTORING? MENTORING PROGRAM AND FRAMEWORK Mentor Mentee Start-Up • Reviews of mentoring skills • Determines goals and expectations • Prepares for commitment • Provided with a mentor • Responds to mentee request • Mentee initiates first contact • Prep for first meeting Getting To Know • Shares own expectations • Shares expectations for mentoring Each Other • Clarifies commitment • Clarifies personal commitment • Builds relationship • Builds relationship • Acknowledges mentor commitment Continuous • Shares experience and knowledge • Shares issues/questions concerns with Development • Provides guidance and feedback mentor • Makes introductions or shares contacts • Is open to new ideas and perspectives as appropriate • Manages relationship and drives scheduling • Makes self available where possible Relationship Review • Summarises key learning and • Summarises key learning and experience and Closure experience • Offers appreciation and feedback • Provides advice on next steps • Decides how/if the relationship should • Offers appreciation and feedback continue • Decides how/if the relationship should continue19 TOGETHER WE PROMOTE THE PROGRESS OF WOMEN IN BUSINESS
  20. 20. 4. KNOW MORE ABOUT MENTORING? WHAT DO YOU NEED TO BE A MENTOR OR A MENTEE ?What you need to be a Mentor To Be A Mentor: What you need to be a Mentor To Be A Mentee: What you need to be a Mentor Rules of Engagement • Qualities: • Qualities: – Enthusiasm – Enthusiasm – Commitment – Commitment – Willingness – Willingness – Approachability – Ambition • Knowledge • A Desire to Learn • Experience • Personal Skills • Personal Skills – Listening – Listening – Understanding – Motivating – Sharing – Influencing – Daring – Counselling – Challenging 20 TOGETHER WE PROMOTE THE PROGRESS OF WOMEN IN BUSINESS
  21. 21. 4. KNOW MORE ABOUT MENTORING?FINAL THOUGHTTo know the road ahead, ask those coming back.Chinese Proverb"Travel has a way of stretching the mind. Thestretch comes not from travels immediaterewards, the inevitable myriad new sights,smells and sounds, but with experiencingfirst hand how others do differently what webelieved to be the right and only way."Ralph Crawshaw21 TOGETHER WE PROMOTE THE PROGRESS OF WOMEN IN BUSINESS

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