PWH Mentor Circles
PWH Mentor Circles is a group mentoring program that enables professionals at all levels to come together to discuss and share knowledge on a topic. PWH Mentor Circles are made up of one Circle Leader and 10-15 Circle Members. The Circle Leader ensures the participation of all those members who would like to contribute to each conversation. PWH Mentor Circles meet two times a month over three months to discuss the chosen topic and may evolve into a longer conversation over time. Please read below to learn more about our two Mentor Circle topics.
Embrace your Space: Cultivating Belonging at Work
If you have asked yourself, where do I belong, or you are seeking to find a place where you belong, you are not alone. Belonging is one of our most important needs. In fact, belonging means that you feel accepted, included, or a part of something bigger than you. During this mentoring circle, we’ll discuss insights on the anatomy of belonging, barriers to belonging, how to authentically connect better professionally and personally, and how to foster a sense of belonging. Join us to gain insights on fostering a deep sense of acceptance, and inclusion, and finding your rightful place within a supportive community.
Circle Leader: Sabrina Smith
Fridays 1:00 PM ET
Sept 15, 29; Oct 13, 27; Nov 10
Beyond the Deck: Impactful Communication and Presentation Skills
Join our Mentor Circle on Presentation Skills and unlock the keys to impactful communication in any role. Discover techniques that extend beyond traditional PowerPoint presentations. Explore tailoring your message to different audiences, understanding their needs, and delivering impactful presentations in diverse settings. Engage in open discussions to conquer presentation fears and acquire practical strategies for success. Our nurturing environment fosters personal and professional growth, boosting your confidence and refining your communication abilities. Embrace this opportunity to leave a lasting impression and excel in every interaction you encounter.