Eesti esimene ja ainuke rahvusvaheliselt akrediteeritud mentorprogramm (EMCC, 2022)
Igas juhis on mentorit!
ARENG. KOGEMUS. TÄHENDUS.
Mentor (Sina) – tippjuht, juhtkonna liige või valdkonnajuht, kellel on vähemalt 5-aastane juhikogemus, mis sisaldab nii õnnestumisi kui õpikogemusi ja kes soovib panustada teisest organisatsioonist mentee teemadega tegelemisse.
Mentee (vt SIIA) - keskastmejuht, esmatasandi juht või juhipotentsiaali ja -ambitsiooniga spetsialist, kes on huvitatud arengukoostööst kogenud juhist mentoriga.
Fontes viib teid kokku, kasutades isiksuse- ja juhiprofiili analüüsi ja pakub programmi vältel nii tuge kui arendavaid ja silmaringi laiendavaid tegevusi.
MIDA SAAD MENTORINA PROGRAMMIST?
Osaled Eesti esimeses rahvusvaheliselt akrediteeritud mentorite programmis - EMCC EQA. Programmi edukalt lõpetanud mentorid saavad taotleda ka personaalset (EMCC EIA) akrediteeringut.
Analüüsid, mis teeb Sind mentori ja juhina unikaalseks ning mõtestad enda eesmärgid ja prioriteedid.
Õpid töötubades uusi praktilisi meetodeid ning harjutad, kuidas olla kaasaegne coachiv mentor ja Talent Advisor.
Esitad endale väljakutse tegeledes mentorluskoostöö raames päris menteega.
Saad võimaluse tegeleda isiklike teemadega professionaalse coachiga.
Vahetad juhtimis- ja mentorlusalaseid kogemusi teiste Eesti tippjuhtidega.
Programmis on 2 gruppi: mentorite grupp ja menteede grupp.
Grupid kohtuvad eraldi töötubades ja ühistel üritustel.
Iga mentor saab endale menteede grupist koostööpartneri, mentee, kellega kohtutakse individuaalsete mentorluskohtumiste raames oktoobrist 2023 kuni aprillini 2024 – kokku 6 kohtumist.
Coachiva mentorluse meetodite ja oskuste arendamise töötoad
Omandatakse coachiva mentorluse meetodid ning praktiseeritakse neid mentorite grupis.
Räägitakse juhtimisest, kasutades ajakohaseid näiteid Eestist ja mujalt maailmast.
Avatakse juhi areng, Talent Advisory ning mentorluse ja coachingu olemus huvitaval viisil, näiteks kuulates külalisesinejaid, arutledes vaadatud filmide üle jne.
Omandatakse erinevaid kaasaegsed juhtimisvõtted, mida igapäevatöös juhina kasutada.
Räägitakse oma eesmärkidest ja dilemmadest juhi ning mentorina, jagatakse kogemusi.
Võimalus töövarjutada enda arengupartnerit mentorite grupist ja arengupartneri vastuvõtmine enda organisatsioonis.
Programmi algusüritus, kus kohtutakse oma menteega esimest korda.
Fun üritused (kultuuriüritus, matk, mindfulness).
Programmi lõpuüritus, kus võetakse kokku koos läbitud tee ja tunnustatakse üksteist.
Iga mentor saab endale coachi Fontesest, kes toetab teda terve programmi vältel.
Fontese coach aitab mentoril analüüsida tema juhi- ja mentorprofiili.
Viib mentoriga läbi personaalsed coachingusessioonid.
Fontes sobitab kokku mentor-mentee koostööpaarid.
Fontes küsib terve programmi vältel osalejatelt eneserefleksiooniküsimustike täitmist.
XV lennu mentori muljed:
Tiiu Allikvee – programmi formaadi looja ja koolitaja, coach.
Piret Jamnes – programmi formaadi looja ja koolitaja, coach.
Gunnar Toomemets (Lexus Tallinn, tegevjuht) – töötubade eestvedaja, tugicoach.
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7.1.2. right to rectification of inaccurate personal data;
7.1.3. right to erasure of personal data (“right to be forgotten” – Fontes will delete any data if there are no legal grounds for the continued processing of those data, but will preserve the record of such erasure);
7.1.4. right to request the deletion of their account (the user account is deleted, while the data are stored by Fontes);
7.1.5. right to restrict the processing of personal data;
7.1.6. right of data portability;
7.1.7. right to withdraw their consent to the processing of personal data;
7.1.8. right to not be evaluated on the basis of automated processing (including profiling);
7.1.9. right to complain to a national data protection supervisory authority about infringements of the rules of the processing of personal data.
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