The objective of the mentoring programme is to ensure professional growth and development of high potentials for assuming senior leadership roles. In the process, the tacit knowledge and vast experience of senior leaders in NIPM are transferred to a mentee through professional guidance for excellence.
The primary goal of the programme is the professional growth and development as well as performance optimization of HR Professionals in critical roles.
The specific goals are:
The period of mentorship relationship shall be for 12 months commencing from the appointment as mentor /mentee.
Mentor’s responsibilities include:
Mentee’s role includes:
Organization wide support and commitment are essential ingredients to the success of the programme. Hence, as institutional arrangement shall be set up as below
Core Team consists of National President, National Vice President and Hony. General Secretary, who would provide guidelines and periodically review the progress and impact of the programme. It also would provide direction and leadership to the programme.
Chief Mentoring Executives
Regional Vice Presidents shall act as Chief Mentoring Executive.
Mentoring programme facilitators
Chapters shall appoint one senior member as mentoring programme facilitator who would be responsible for:
Applications may be invited from interested members to play the mentor’s role. After scrutiny, a pool of mentors may be selected and notified through the website.
Appointment of mentors shall be done by the Chief Mentoring Executives on the recommendation of the Mentoring Programme Facilitator.
One mentor can have not more than 3 mentees at a time.
The core team shall organize mentors meet and orientation programme for mentors. It shall also set up Awards to mentors for their outstanding contributions.