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DMA Talent Mentoring Scheme - Mentee Application Form

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If you’re fresh into your career and are looking for advice from someone who’s been there and done it, the mentoring scheme offers the perfect platform. Whether it’s advice on career aspirations or challenges in your role, our mentors have been selected to offer rounded, informed advice. This is your chance to develop a relationship with and pick the brains of someone with a wealth of marketing knowledge and expertise.

How does it work?

Each pair will have roughly 10 minutes together before moving onto the next. After a few drinks, all participants write down their top 3 choices. From there, DMA Talent work their magic in finding you a suitable match.

Each pair will have an initial kick off meeting to discuss objectives and logistics about how the mentoring is going to work. A commitment of at least 3 months is required from both parties.

When/where?

Spring 2021 (date tbc), 17:45 - 19:30, DMA House, 70 Margaret Street, London, W1W 8SS

Interested?

Complete and submit the form below!

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Mentoring guidelines

  • The mentoring programme is completely voluntary for both parties.
  • The DMA Group facilitates the mentoring matches, after which the relationship is managed by the individuals and adapted according to the mentee’s needs and mentor’s commitments.
  • We ask you to commit to the mentoring relationship for a period of three months initially.  After this time, you can review it together and decide if you’d like to continue. 
  • Your mentoring sessions can take the shape of face to face meetings, phone calls, Skype, email etc or a combination of these - whatever you find suits you both. 
  • Early on, you should establish together the content, frequency and duration of your mentoring sessions. Be clear about expectations from both parties.  
  • Mutual respect is needed from both parties with regards to workload and other commitments.
  • We provide a “kick-off” form to help establish the mentee’s objectives and action plan.
  • Respond quickly if you can and give an idea of typical response time.
  • Regular contact is the most important thing.
  • Mentoring sessions may cover sensitive areas, so confidentiality is very important.
  • If for any reason either party would like to terminate the mentoring relationship, we ask you to get in touch with us at mentor@dma.org.uk.       

 

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