Enterprising Women are inviting potential and practising mentors to an event on 4th June at Homerton College Cambridge to learn more about mentoring from two highly experienced mentors.
Enterprising Women mobilise mentors
Most business owners have faced the challenges of starting and running a business, wrestled with the same problems, and even sometimes felt like giving up. At those times, having an independent person to talk to and share those issues with can make a huge difference – to motivation, to understanding, and to overcoming business or personal challenges.
This event is not just for those who have been a mentor. Guest speaker Christine Jones is an experienced lecturer, counsellor, mentor and coach. She will show how most people can be a mentor, and talk about the essential elements for good, ethical mentoring, with pragmatic tips and guidance.
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Venue: Paston Brown Room in the
Date: Wednesday, 4th June 2008
Time: 11.00am registration for 11.30am start and finish at 1.00pm with networking
Enterprising Women is a dynamic community of over 3000 women starting or growing businesses across the East of England. Enterprising Women actively supports women through start up and growth training, peer business support, networking events and an online community allowing women to promote their business, share ideas through a forum and receive regularly enews bulletins. www.enterprising-women.org
Christine Jones - Lecturer, Careers Counsellor, Therapeutic Counsellor, Mentor & Coach.
Christine Jones currently works at the
Janice Cook FRSA MSc(HRM) Chartered FCIPD
YouGov’s recent survey indicated that 23% of women who run their own businesses would have liked a mentor.
See http://nds.coi.gov.uk/content/Detail.asp?ReleaseID=367206&NewsAreaID=2 for more details on the survey.
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