Mentoring & Training

"Mentoring is a brain to pick, an ear to listen and a push in the right direction" John C Crosby

Women in Digital > Become a Mentor

Mentoring is available to individuals with a minimum of 10 years professional experience in the Digital or ICT industry, with demonstrated leadership and / or training experience and passion for giving back and supporting more junior members of the Digital community. As Anka Wittenberg, chief diversity and inclusion officer of enterprise software company SAP explains, “A good mentor is an expert active listener who can give constructive but developmental feedback”.

Why Mentor?
Mentoring is an incredibly rewarding experience in which you can:

  • Share your knowledge & experience
  • Support the Digital leaders of the future
  • Give back to the Digital community
  • Network with peers & mentors
  • Build a lasting and mutually beneficial relationship
  • Sharpen your interpersonal intelligence (EQ) skills
  • Develop your leadership skills
  • Experience learning & development through teaching / mentoring

Women in Digital will pair you with a Mentee that matches your specific Mentoring capacity, professional expertise, personal motivations and values. You will receive a Mentoring Workbook and personality profiling of your Mentee to help guide your Mentoring relationship.

To find out more about the program or to arrange an interview please complete the form below. A WID team member will be in contact shortly.

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