Program Outline

We are committed to:

  • assist you in developing mentee-mentor relationships based on mutual trust by clearly identifying the expectations of both mentees and mentors
  • create an on-line learning community of peers for you to connect with
  • give you access to tools to better understand and effectively participate in mentorship
  • host 8 webinars on management topics that feature the voice of top cultural leaders
  • conduct regular ‘check-ins’ to assess how T2L is meeting your needs
  • facilitate an evaluation process in which both mentor and mentee are able to give feedback on the T2L program

  • provide you with an opportunity to meet your peers at regional gatherings across Canada

You are an ideal candidate of the Talent to Lead (T2L) program if you:

  • are currently working in the cultural sector and are committed to a long-term career in the sector
  • are responsible for managing and leading individuals and teams to deliver results
  • have a combination of demonstrated leadership in your current role and vision and aspiration to take on further leadership responsibilities in your career
  • are a Canadian citizen or have permanent resident status, as defined by Citizenship and Immigration Canada
  • are a leader from Indigenous, racialized or official language minority language community in Canada

The Cultural Human Resources Council is committed equity and inclusion and balancing regional and community representation.

 

 

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