Michigan Division Mentor Program. 1) What is a Mentoring Program?. A Mentoring Program is a structured process where preset guidelines are used by a Mentor over an assigned period of time to assist new members in becoming familiar with Chapter, Division, and International operations.
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The Mentorship Team Leader reviews the form and assigns a member based on the information provided. The Mentor should be a knowledgeable, two- or three-year member with a positive attitude and the Mentee can be a member of any length of membership.
Meeting your Mentee at their first meeting:
Perception is reality. This means that people will think of you and your organization according to their impressions and what they believe you to be. Therefore, it is extremely important that you honestly know how you are being perceived by others. Consider some of these thoughts:
Was I introduced and did the introducer know something personal about me to share?
Get the Mentee involved by asking them to indicate their top three choices for a Team assignment(s):
Fundraising Team. Devises and promotes projects to raise funds for the operation of the Chapter.
There are always many opportunities at annual meeting to volunteer:
Open House Activities
The list is endless
In our next session we will learn about the many volunteer opportunities at MDAM.
True success comes only when every generation continues to develop the next generation ~ John C. Maxwell