Mentoring is available to support all colleagues in their career development. This is supported through a self service approach via a platform called mentornet giving autonomy over mentor selection.
Why be a Mentor?
In addition to helping colleagues, being a mentor can help develop your own communication, leadership and interpersonal skills and will allow you to reflect on your own practice and approach.
Additional development support will be provided to all mentors who would like to develop this skillset. All mentoring workshops will be offered through HR Connect Self Service as well as having access to mentoring resources through Discover Learning
What are the benefits for the Mentee?
As a Mentee working with your mentor, you will focus on your personal goals.
But potentially you will gain so much more. During your mentoring relationship
you will be challenged to stretch yourself, be encouraged to question your
assumptions, and raise your aspirations for your achievements through your
Other benefits include:
- Help with specific skills
- Ideas for managing work loads
- Identification of training opportunities
- Help with networking
- Increased motivation
- Support, encouragement and increased confidence
- Help with setting and achieving development goals
To find out more below is a list of guidance documents to help you get the best from you mentoring profile and any mentoring relationship:
If you are interested in becoming a Mentor or a Mentee please register via the tiles below: