The Leadership Initiative is an inter-agency mentoring program that aims to grow the future leaders of the human services sector through meaningful, supportive mentor/mentee partnerships. Applications are always being accepted for both mentors and mentees.
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- Cultivate the leadership skills and enhance the professional development of future leaders of the human services sector.
- Retain the best talent within the sector.
- Create a collaborative environment among member agencies that allows for the sharing of resources, ideas, and knowledge about the sector.
This program is open to employees of Providers’ Council member agencies. Mentees are employees with supervisory responsibilities that would like to grow within their organizations. Mentors are senior management level professionals who have knowledge and expertise to share with an emerging leader.
Mentees will be matched with mentors from an agency other than their own based on their professional development goals. Each mentor/mentee pair will meet regularly for a one year period. This will include hour-long meetings at least once a month (meetings may be in-person or virtual).
The Leadership Initiative accepts applications on an ongoing, rolling basis. Mentees and mentors are paired as we receive applications and can apply at any time. The pairs will connect monthly over the span of a year.
Who are the mentees?
Mentees are employees with supervisory responsibilities that would like to grow within their organizations.
Who are the mentors?
Mentors are senior management-level professionals who would like to empower an emerging leader in the sector by sharing their knowledge and experience. The Providers’ Council would like to increase the amount of mentors in this pool substantially to ensure we can make the relationship between mentors and mentees as valuable as possible.
Watch The Leadership Initiative video to hear from past program participants.
To distribute this information to your staff, you can download the Program Flyer.
Interested in participating in this program in the future? please contact Mesa Merritt at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 508.598.9700.