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.
Finding Success in Healthcare After a Career Change
It can be challenging to break into a new industry. For many, the real work begins once you have started in a new role. It is often overwhelming to ramp up knowledge, build a new network, and translate existing skills into a new organization. This Mentor Circle will encourage open discussion between individuals making a career transition to share ideas and best practices based on their experiences. Whether changing roles or changing disciplines, Mentor Circle members can expect to gain tools and ideas to aid in navigating the healthcare industry after a career transition.
Circle Leader: Jennifer Eiselein, TIDI
Fridays 12:00 PM ET
March 3, 17, 31, April 14, 28
What Makes a Good Leader?
We have all heard that emotional intelligence is one of the strongest predictors of effective leadership. The pandemic amplified the need to not only manage our own emotions but also recognize and influence the emotions of those we lead in a time of overwhelming uncertainty. Leaders have been doing more with fewer resources and dealing with burnout and quiet quitting while meeting higher expectations from organizations.
It doesn’t need to be lonely at the top! This Mentor Circle will help leaders manage the hidden stress of emotional labor, discuss the skills needed to be a good leader, and share actionable ideas to prevent burnout for themselves and their employees.
Setting Goals to Bring More Balance to Work and Life
You can have it all, just not all at once. There is a tendency for women to think they can do everything and do it well, this leads to burnout among other mental health issues. Many people resolve to make changes and set goals at the start of a year. This Mentor Circle will bring together professionals who are looking to bring greater clarity, direction, and purpose to their lives. Each participant will share their experiences with seeking balance, attempting to gain balance and, ultimately, clearly define what balances means for them.
Circle Leader: Saran Stevens-Ross, McKesson
Tuesdays 5:30 PM ET
February 28, March 14, 28, April 11, 25
Circle Leader: Kylie Gilberg, Midmark
Fridays 1:00 PM ET
February 24, March 10, 24, April 7, 21