Mentor a Business

Mentoring can be defined as a developmental relationship in which a more experienced person provides support and guidance to a less experienced person.

Mentoring goes beyond the traditional teacher-student relationship – effective mentors serve as advisers, coaches, teachers, sounding boards, cheerleaders, and critics all rolled into one.

Mentors give those with less experience an opportunity to improve their understanding of practices, discuss problems, and analyse and learn from mistakes in an atmosphere that is collaborative, constructive, and confidential. The International Trade Council suggests that Mentors have at least five years of experience as a senior manager; however exceptions may be made by the Programme Coordinator.

This application form needs to be completed by all Mentors who would like to be placed on the mentor register. Please complete all of the fields below as completely as possible. (Until we have received all the required information your name will not be added to the Council’s Mentor Register).

Applicant Contact Information

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Background

Have you ever been a mentor before?

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Number of Years of Management Experience:

To help facilitate an effective mentor/protégé match, respond to the following:

Reason(s) for wanting to be a Mentor:

Provide a brief summary of your relevant experience:

ie. education, work experience, specialized skills, etc.

Is there a particular area of business that you would most like to work on with a protégé? If so, please provide details:

It is recommended that at least 2 hours each month or 12 hours in six months be set aside for interaction specific to the mentoring relationship. Will it be possible for you to provide this time to the program?

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In response to demonstrated interested by our members, the ITC Mentoring Programme will try to match members of underrepresented communities with members of similar background if requested. Do you consider yourself to be a member of an underrepresented group?

(if so, please elaborate):

Are you currently an International Trade Council member?

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Agreement

I understand that my registration on the International Trade Council Mentor Programme commits me to:

  • Checking my email regularly and replying promptly to my mentor’s emails even when I am busy.
  • Letting my mentee and the International Trade Council Mentor Programme team know if I am unable to continue or wish to end the relationship.
  • Notifying my mentee and the International Trade Council Mentor Programme team if my contact details change .
  • Putting thought, time and effort into the mentoring relationship.

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Invitation to the Think Global Conference

Please join us for the 2019 Think Global Conference, being held in Chicago, Illinois (22nd – 23rd of October, 2019).

The Think Global Conference is open to manufacturers, exporters and related service providers as well as anyone involved in international trade (logistics, supply chain management, trade finance etc) and is the premier event for those wishing to grow their business through knowledge sharing and networking.

At the Think Global Conference you will:

  • Network with government trade officials, leading private sector experts and like-minded businesses (from the US and abroad) who are active in overseas markets
  • Identify new and emerging markets of opportunity ahead of your competition
  • Prime your business for export-readiness (or, if you’re already exporting – get assistance to export even more!)
  • Learn about the opportunities created by the US-Sino Trade War
  • Participate in panel discussions and workshops covering the latest industry challenges and trends
  • Learn about export programs and services designed to cut your time to market
  • Meet one-on-one with Government Ministers and Diplomats from 28 nations

Don’t delay – places are very limited!

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