This is an excellent opportunity for leaders with at least 5 years of health care experience to assist students, early healthcare careerists, and other professionals in their growth, skills, and development. The Mentor can provide knowledge, guidance, and networking resources to the protégé. The protégé can enhance, renew, and refresh the skills and passion of the mentor through challenging questions, project ideas, and newly learned information. Both can play a significant role as advocates for healthcare population needs in our current and future healthcare ever-changing environment.
Mentors: Share skills, knowledge and expertise Demonstrate a positive attitude and act as a positive role model Value ongoing learning and growth in the field Provide guidance and constructive feedback Keep regular and frequent contacts with your protégé. At least one of these should be a face-to-face exchange. Keep the content of discussions within the mentoring relationship confidential. Support your protégé Help your protégé develop a career that reflects their potential and goals Offer wisdom, knowledge, experience, constructive criticism, connections and resources Focus on your protégé’s overall career directions rather than on day-to-day concerns Set an example for the level of success your protégé hopes to achieve
If you work in any healthcare setting, are middle management or above, and have five or more years of experience, we would love to hear from you.
To participate, please complete the form below and email us your resume, and send us any questions: email@example.com
Best regards,Sarah Guerard & Jessica TaylorCo-Chairs, SOHL Mentoring Program
CalendarFebruary 28, 2019: Application deadlineMarch 15: Pairs AnnouncedApril 10: Kick-Off Event at University of PhoenixApril – October: Mentors & Protégés meet once per month by phone, video or in-personNovember: Closing Celebration