Opportunities for Mentoring
We believe there is great value in mentoring across a range of life areas, interests and during challenges and times of change. We have received feedback from members that mentoring is key area where they feel they could derive benefit. The QRRRWN Board will explore if it can deliver a mentoring program for members, either directly or in collaboration with another organisation when funding permits.
In the meantime, we have found that the depth of talent in the QRRRWN Network reveals many gifted business women and coaches who are skilled and experienced in mentoring. We will gather these name here so that you can directly form your own connections to see if mentoring is right for you. Not sure? Read ‘Do I need a mentor?’ below.
If you practising in the area of mentoring, a current financial member and wish to be listed here, please contact Megan Kuhn at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Some options for you to consider
- Please note, we do not endorse any provider of mentoring listed here or on our social media and closed Facebook group. We strongly recommend you carry out your own research before commencing any program. QRRRWN does not cover any costs.
Australian Rural Leadership Program – Rural Mentors
Consider this new and free initiative (at the time of posting) run by the Australian Rural Leadership Program graduates: https://ruralmentors.com.au
Lisa Duncan, founder at Future With Focus
Having owned and run small businesses for over 12 years, Lisa is adaptable and flexible, with the ability to apply her deep knowledge, skills and capabilities to a variety of industries. Lisa’s passion for small business and customer service is inspired by a family history, with her Father operating a successful family owned jewellery business for almost half a century. Prior to this, Lisa employed her skills working for large and small organisations including GE Financial Services and National Australia Bank. Email: email@example.com