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Business Mentoring and its Growing Popularity
by
Sue Ellson
sueellson@sueellson.com
+61 402 243 271
Monday 26 August 2013
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Sue Ellson Background
Business Mentoring and its Growing
Popularity
• Mentoring or Coaching
• Online and in person
• Apprenticeships, Peer to Pe...
Program Components
• Clear purpose and direction
• Clear outcomes for both mentors and mentees
• Clear training and struct...
Mentor Components
• Clear understanding of the program
• Mentor training to understand the
guidelines
• Mentor training to...
Mentee Components
• Free start
• Financial or consequence outcome to continue
• Regular timing (both online and offline)
•...
Sourcing Mentors
• Club Members - trained
• Friends of Rotary – also trained
• Locals – existing Rotary related relationsh...
Sourcing Mentees
• Newcomers – specific needs
• Locals – existing Rotary related relationships
• Locals – new relationship...
Case Studies
Programs
• Skilled Migrants into Work
• Brazilian Professionals English Improvement
Techniques
• Finding a me...
Questions
• Online tools
• Scalable options
• Training topics
• Realistic numbers
• Networking and experience
• Stakeholde...
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Business Mentoring and its Growing Popularity for the Rotary Club of Canterbury

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by Sue Ellson

Date: 26 August 2013
Organisation: Rotary Club of Canterbury
Venue: Conochie Hall, 2 Rochester Road, Canterbury, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Invitation from: John McCaskill from Rotary Club of Canterbury

Topic: “Business Mentoring and its Growing Popularity”

As the Rotary Club of Canterbury is contemplating a new Mentoring Program, Sue Ellson was invited to share her insights of working with newcomers, migrants, expatriates and repatriates with the group.

Details of this presentation and the audio recording are available online at http://www.sueellson.com/about/presentations/presentations-2013/130826-business-mentoring-and-its-growing-popularity/

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Business Mentoring and its Growing Popularity for the Rotary Club of Canterbury

  1. 1. Business Mentoring and its Growing Popularity by Sue Ellson sueellson@sueellson.com +61 402 243 271 Monday 26 August 2013 http://www.canterburyrotary.org
  2. 2. Sue Ellson Background
  3. 3. Business Mentoring and its Growing Popularity • Mentoring or Coaching • Online and in person • Apprenticeships, Peer to Peer, Supervisor, Program Based • Provided privately, by council/government, professional associations and not for profits • Popular with experienced professionals • Variety of models
  4. 4. Program Components • Clear purpose and direction • Clear outcomes for both mentors and mentees • Clear training and structure • Clear commitment for both parties • Clear goals • Clear definitions (risk covered)
  5. 5. Mentor Components • Clear understanding of the program • Mentor training to understand the guidelines • Mentor training to be effective • Mentor training to be up to date • Mentor supervision • Reporting back to the group
  6. 6. Mentee Components • Free start • Financial or consequence outcome to continue • Regular timing (both online and offline) • Regular comparison to goals • Recording of changed goals • Working with other mentors • Access to additional opportunities
  7. 7. Sourcing Mentors • Club Members - trained • Friends of Rotary – also trained • Locals – existing Rotary related relationships • Locals – new relationships - warm up - gentle transition, defined commitment - training based - mentoring begins
  8. 8. Sourcing Mentees • Newcomers – specific needs • Locals – existing Rotary related relationships • Locals – new relationships - warm up - gentle transition, low commitment - training based - mentoring begins What is the aim of your program?
  9. 9. Case Studies Programs • Skilled Migrants into Work • Brazilian Professionals English Improvement Techniques • Finding a mentor • Keeping it sustainable • Measuring your return on investment • Matching it to existing programs
  10. 10. Questions • Online tools • Scalable options • Training topics • Realistic numbers • Networking and experience • Stakeholders • Checking in – how to learn and grow, and any barriers to results • Introduction

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