Professional Mentorship Program - Mentoring Overview

Professional Mentorship Program Overview

As an added benefit of membership, CPHR Manitoba offers the Professional Mentorship Program. The aim of this member-only program is to help link established human resources professionals with students, emerging HR practitioners, and HR professionals looking to transition to a new field of interest, taking on a new capacity within their organizations, or interested in developing new skills for future career aspirations. These relationships enable the program participants and business leaders to exchange knowledge and experience relating to skill, culture and values. Participants gain valuable individual feedback and may observe companies and their leaders at work.  Overall, relationships of trust, respect and appreciation are built to enhance our shared community. The CPHR Manitoba Professional Mentorship Program is committed to promoting professionalism and mutual benefit to both Mentor and Mentee.


Time Commitment

The CPHR Manitoba Professional Mentorship Program runs from September to April. Two events for participants of the Professional Mentorship Program will be organized to celebrate the valuable relationship between Mentor and Protégé.  These events will allow all participants to socialize and network as a whole community. The form and frequency of the contact between mentors and protégés will vary.  Mentors and Mentees would be expected to:

  • Commit to at least 2-4 hours per month of interaction with their mentoring partner during the program (face to face,  phone, email, Skype)
  • Create a written learning and development plan at the beginning of the relationship and track their interaction with each other during the program
  • Attend a program kick-off where mentors and protégés will receive training and information on program objectives
  • Complete a survey at the end of the program to provide valuable feedback for the future of the program


Who can participate in the CPHR Manitoba Professional Mentorship Program?

Current members of CPHR Manitoba in good standing who work or are pursuing an education in HR in Manitoba are eligible to apply.


CPHR Continuing Professional Development (CPD) Hours

CPHR members are eligible to claim 10 hours per year of CPD hours for participating in the program.
It is important to maintain a Mentoring Log for submission and verification, as required, for eligibility of CPD Hours.
Note: It is the applicant’s responsibility to maintain these records.


How to Apply

The Professional Mentorship program runs from September to April.
You must re-apply for the program each year.  

The application deadline for the 2017-2018 Professional Mentorship Program has passed. If you wish to participate we may be able to accommodate late applicants. Please contact Lindsey Barnett to inquire.  


Fees

There is a $75 fee for Mentees to register for the program. Mentor registrations are free.
If you are interested in participating as both a Mentor and a Mentee, you must complete both applications.  

Kick-off Event 

A kick-off event for the Professional Mentorship Program takes place each fall, providing an opportunity for all mentor-mentee pairs to meet initially and learn more about the intentions of the program. 

 

For more information, please contact:

Lindsey Barnett 
Events & Marketing Coordinator 
204-943-0885
lindsey@cphrmb.ca
 

 

 

Chartered Professionals in Human Resources Manitoba (CPHR Manitoba)
1810-275 Portage Avenue / Winnipeg, Manitoba / R3B 2B3
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