Sponsoring & Mentoring Women Leaders for Success

Publisher: Center for Creative Leadership

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Sponsoring & Mentoring Women Leaders for Success

All successful leaders need a network of champions who can provide guidance and support and advocate on their behalf. Discover why mentoring women (and sponsoring them) is critically important to career advancement, and learn how your organization can attract, retain, and advance more talented women leaders. Our free guide and workbook includes resources for senior executives, organizational leaders, HR departments, male colleagues and allies, and individual women at every stage of their careers. With our mentoring women workbook, you’ll learn: - The difference between a mentor and a sponsor, and why women leaders need both - How to recognize and respond to unconscious bias and gender stereotypes - Ways to identify and approach a possible mentor or sponsor, and questions to ask in a mentor-mentee conversation - Specific, simple ways to use your influence to help advance talented women colleagues - How to hold developmental conversations with rising stars - Tips for executives and HR teams looking to create mentoring programs to build the pipeline of women leaders at their organization. Whether it’s women mentoring women or men helping to advance rising women leaders, it’s critical that these working relationships exist within your organization to ensure people of all genders are supported and engaged. Use these resources and commit to sponsoring and mentoring women in the workplace. Together, we can help create a network of champions for talented women leaders everywhere.