Following the success of its inaugural Mentorship Programme, Conventions and Incentives New Zealand (CINZ) is now calling for more potential mentors and mentees in the lead-up to launching its 2015 Mentorship Programme in June.
CINZ chief executive Sue Sullivan says the aim of the Mentorship Programme is to provide PCOs with additional personal, career and professional guidance and advice.
“What we want to do is grow the skills of our PCOs and strengthen the networks within our industry so that everyone is at the top of their game.
“It is helping PCOs reach their full potential while at the same time building valuable relationships with one another.”
The programme will be open to all CINZ members and based on registration information from participants, appropriate mentor and mentee matches are made.
CINZ has contracted the services of The New Zealand Coaching and Mentoring Centre to support the programme with mentor and mentee training and consultancy services.
The programme will run over a seven-month period commencing at CINZ MEETINGS 2015 in June, with a formal mid-point session during September in Auckland.
For more information and to register for the programme, visit: www.nzconventions.co.nz/mentorship