To continue learning, sharing knowledge & best practice in reverse mentoring to support reconciliation

Canada
Netherlands
United Kingdom
Education
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Reverse mentoring enables greater empathy and understanding ensuring Aboriginal employees feel visible, included, and supported to become leaders. I set up and manage TfNSW Aboriginal Career Development & Mentoring Program (ACDMP) connecting aspiring Aboriginal leaders with senior leaders. There is support, career development and extension of cultural knowledge of non-Aboriginal people. Mentees/Mentors come together through workshops, events and informal meetings in a unique reverse mentoring model. I have introduced initiatives to improve ACDMP. By 2020, 50% graduating mentees had moved into more senior roles. I want to research opportunities to enhance the program, share my knowledge and stories with others.

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Mark Champley

Mark Champley

NSW
2022

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