Enhancing leadership and stengthening quality governance
Tri-Peaks Mentoring (TPM)
This program has been funded by Department of Health and DFFH and is designed to retain, attract and develop sector leaders and future leaders working across child and family services, AOD, and community health in Victoria.
Why be a mentor?
- Share your passion with others
- Set the tone for young professionals in child and family services
- Become a better leader
- Learn more about the next generation and how to maximise their potential
- Give back to your profession
Why have a mentor?:
- transition from study to work or through a career milestone
- become clearer on your career direction
- increase your confidence
- learn from their experience
- establish or grow your professional network
- challenge your preconceived ideas and beliefs
Developing Cross-Sectoral Leadership
Both programs are designed to retain, attract and develop sector leaders and future leaders working across child and family services, AOD, and community health in Victoria.
Aspiring leader mentees are paired with experienced sector leaders who are willing to provide guidance, support and feedback for the mentee to achieve their developmental goals.
Experienced mentors may help mentees achieve or work toward personal or career goals, introduce the mentee to new ways of thinking, challenge a mentee’s limiting assumptions, share valuable life lessons, and much
Mentorship is a developmental relationship in which one person, usually more experienced or senior, takes time to assist the career, professional or personal development of someone else, who is known as a mentee.
Mentoring is most often a one-on-one relationship but is sometimes done in groups.
A mentoring relationship is one that is built on trust, in which there is an exchange of knowledge, experience and goodwill.