EHL and CCHL are proud to introduce a joint 1-year mentorship program. EHL members now have the opportunity to be matched with senior leaders from CCHL.
CCHL has been providing this successful mentorship program for several years now and is excited to expand this program to us. Through this joint venture our members will be able to connect with leaders in many different areas of health care from private, public, non-profit, and government agencies.
This is a chance for you to be informed about areas you may not otherwise have access to and grow your career options. You will also be invited to the mentorship wine and cheese event where you may network with other mentors and mentees this September. There is no cost to our members but so much to gain.
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- HBR Blog Network: Keeping great people with three kinds of mentors by Anthony K. Tjan
All employers know how difficult it is to attract top talent. However, how many of them invest time and re-sources in retaining that talent? This article details how mentorship can become a part of a company’s people-development strategy. Depending on individual needs, there are three types of mentor-mentee re-lationships that can be created as part of the workplace to retain great people as part of the company.
- HBR Blog Network: Demystifying mentoring by Amy Gallo
As young aspiring leaders to be, many of us often look for a mentor. However, we are often unsure of who that mentor should be, how to go about finding one and if we are only supposed to have one mentor or more. We came across this great blog by Amy Gallo on the Harvard Business Review Blog Network that demystifies many of the popular mentorship myths and provides real case studies that we can all learn from.