TRUST Mentor Program
TRUST Impact Mentoring

IMPACT Mentorship Program

TRUST IMPACT Mentorship Program

The Women’s Health Leadership TRUST has strong commitment to mentoring as part of our mission to advance the health care careers of women and enhance leadership skills. The TRUST Leadership Development Committee is excited to collaborate with Menttium once again on our 2021 mentoring program. Invest in yourself by registering to be a part of this incredible group of influential women.

We would like to thank our 2020 Cohort Sponsor:
Optum |United Health Group | United Healthcare

Registration for our 2021 Cohort will open late Summer of 2020.

IMPACT Mentorship in action

Mentor Program Benefits

For the Mentees:

  • Provides cross-functional learning experiences.
  • Provides access to a broader industry perspective.
  • Provides knowledge and skill building opportunities to increase effectiveness.
  • Provides an opportunity for you to invest in yourself for a nominal program fee of $300.
  • Provides an opportunity to take ownership of personal and professional development.
  • Provides an opportunity to build and strengthen personal networks.
  • Promotes diversity of thought and style.
  • Promotes commitment to developing women leaders in health care.

For the Mentors:

  • Provides an opportunity to build and strengthen mentoring skills.
  • Provides new insights into organizational issues through the eyes of the mentee.
  • Provides an opportunity to demonstrate leadership.
  • Provides an opportunity to contribute to the development of high potential women.

What is Mentoring?

Mentoring:

Mentoring is not:

  • Is an equal partnership with two-way learning.
  • Creates a climate of trust and promotes open and honest dialogue.
  • Allows you to develop leadership and performance capabilities, expand networks, and benefit from career guidance.
  • Works best when goals are defined and measured.
  • Succeeds when partnership roles, expectations, and time frames, are clearly defined.
  • Is learning to respect and value differences.
  • Is an opportunity for the mentor and mentee to focus together on the mentee’s growth and development needs.
  • Is a commitment to continuous learning by mentee and mentor.
  • Sponsoring.
  • Remedial.
  • Only spontaneous.
  • A job search or recruitment strategy.
  • The same as managing.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Questions?: Please email info@whltrust.org or call 609.799.4900 

 

 

 

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