Despite a strong focus on Diversity and Inclusion across organizations and many different efforts specifically focused on driving gender parity, women continue to be underrepresented at every level of the corporate pipeline (Women in the Workplace, 2019). There are still many barriers that get in the way of the advancement of women and achieving full inclusion in our workplaces. Additionally, we know that the pandemic in disproportionately affecting women and further challenging the notion of gender equity.
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At Menttium, we have a long history of developing and advancing women through mentoring. Now, we are being intentional about engaging men in a unique mentoring experience to build awareness, sharpen skill-sets and continue to develop the confidence to be advocates for gender parity. By standing together as leaders, as women and men, we can be change agents to drive inclusion!
With only 4% minority representation across Fortune 500 CEOs, we see a major need for diverse professionals to have access to successful mentors. Our Momentum mentors all are vetted to ensure they have a high level of cultural intelligence (CQ) and can support diverse professionals in achieving their career aspirations.
Momentum mentees join Menttium 100 and Ladders mentees for monthly Business Education Webinars focused on topics critical to our mentees and proven to be pivotal to leadership success.
In addition to a one on one partnership. Mentees also have access to connect with peers from other corporations for an added level of support and opportunity to learn from each other.
For nearly 30 years, Menttium has been leveraging our world-class matching process to create successful mentee/mentor matches with a focus on creating emotional safety to deepen learning and growth.
With the combination of our track record, our incredible network of experienced mentors, and our organization’s commitment to the development and advancement of women, we believe that our participants will have the ability to enable transformational change.