Group Mentorship Program 2011
What is Group Mastermind Mentoring?
A 6-session program led by a facilitator for a select number of participants which leverages the energy, experience, and collective wisdom of all the group members to achieve their individual personal and professional goals.
How is it different from other types of Mentoring?
The balance of insights and feedback from your fellow participants and the facilitator provide you with a comprehensive set of developmental feedback and support. As well, the group becomes a valuable peer network from whose experiences you can learn, and can draw from, well beyond the duration of the program.
Who can benefit?
• Women in Technology
• The Group Mastermind is best suited to women who are looking to advance or make a change in their career and who would benefit from some focus or extra support to get there.
• Those who can be 100% committed to the program.
What are the benefits?
• Accelerate your career path and professional goal achievement
• Gain significant insight into your professional strengths and behaviours
• Develop a peer network from which to draw support and experience
• Access to a professional facilitator and instructor
Date: Starts on Wednesday March 23rd, 2011, 2:00
Location: Segal Graduate School of Business, Simon Fraser University
Hurry! Registration is limited to 8 spots!
Session 1: Wednesday March 23rd (2pm to 5pm)
Session 2: Wednesday April 27th (2pm to 5pm)
Session 3: Wednesday June 1st (2pm to 5pm)
Session 4: Wednesday June 29th (2pm to 5pm)
Session 5: TBD (2pm to 5pm)
Session 6: TBD (12pm to 1pm)
About the facilitator:
Melissa McCrae is the Executive Director of Graduate Programs at SFU Business. She is an Instructor at SFU Business, for both undergraduate and graduate students, teaching Human Resource Management and Organizational Behaviour. Previously, she was an Associate Director in the Career Management Centre at SFU Business where she managed the career education program and has coached hundreds of Executive MBA and Management of Technology MBA students on career transition strategies. She continues to facilitate workshops on self-assessment, career mapping, networking, and various aspects of job search.
For program questions:
Felicia Bochicchio, Mentorship Program Director CanWIT BC:
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