Mentoring

MENTORING IS A GIFT – GUIDANCE, INPUT, FACILITATION AND TRUTH. BE YOUR BEST SELF WITH THE HELP OF OTHERS

The RRR Network Mentoring Program is now closed for 2020.

This program was supported and designed by industry professional and mentoring expert DEE ROCHE.

The program is philosophically linked to our values and aims to proved a demonstration of how these values are lived out – particularly through engagement and collaboration.

This program was offered exclusively to RRR Network members for just $139!

We were able to offer this heavily discounted price because of the support we have received from industry professional and mentoring expert Dee Roche to make this program a reality.

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Program Guidelines

Prior to enrolling in the program the following guidelines should be read by mentors and mentees.

They do not constitute a formal arrangement but, importantly, are required to be understood by both parties:

  • The mentoring relationship is entirely voluntary for both parties.
  • Mentoring has no hierarchy and is based on a partnership of mutual respect.
  • Mentoring has no rules, rather two irrefutable facts of ‘Confidentiality’ and ‘Mutual Accountability’.
  • At the outset, the roles of mentor and mentee should be agreed so that both parties have a clear understanding of their role. An ‘Orientation’ session will be conducted to explain the ground rules and responsibilities of both mentors and mentees. Confidential on-going support will be provided to both mentors and mentees as required throughout the program.
  • Mentors are expected to respond to the mentees’ development needs, not impose their own agenda. The mentor’s role is to challenge and support the mentee and provide constructive and appreciative feedback.
  • If either or both parties feel at any stage that the mentoring relationship is not going well, it can be terminated at any time, but has to be discussed first, ensuring mutual respect and understanding.
  • The minimum time commitment is for mentees and mentors to attend the orientation sessions (1.5 hours) and to meet a minimum of once a month for 1 hour, over a 6 month period.
  • Whilst every effort will be made to make the best possible match, it may not be possible to do this in every instance, especially if demand is particularly high.
  • All interested mentors and mentees must attend the online information session prior to commencing the program.

As this program is now closed, we wish our mentors and mentees all the best in their journey ahead. 

At the conclusion of the 6 month program, there will a graduation celebration held in Perth. Details provided closer to the date.

If you have any queries, please contact us on (08) 6316 0407.

WE WOULD LIKE TO ACKNOWLEDGE THE PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE TRADITIONAL OWNERS AND ELDERS, WHOSE CULTURES AND CUSTOMS HAVE AND WILL CONTINUE TO NURTURE THE LAND ON WHICH WE WALK AND LIVE – WOODITCHUP (MARGARET RIVER), WADANDI BOODJA.