FEDHASA CAPE LAUNCHES MENTORSHIP PROGRAMME TO DEVELOP FUTURE LEADERS
In the week, FEDHASA Cape announced that it has launched the FEDHASA Cape Young Professionals Mentorship Initiative. The initiative is aimed at developing young leaders in the hospitality industry to enhance their skills, establish a clear career path and assist them with their overall personal and professional development.
The 12 month mentorship programme teams up young industry professionals with a mentor whose experience matches the aspirations of a specific mentee. Following the pair off process (still underway), the two commit to meet for a minimum of two hours per month to discuss key elements like improving time management; dealing with pressures that come with working in hospitality, and the value of networking. After each session, candidates will be required to populate a monthly feedback form which evaluates a candidate’s performance.
You tweet us: Shouldn’t all sector associations in Travel and Tourism offer similar mentorship programmes aimed to develop future leaders? If you are one of those associations playing your part, we would love to hear about it!
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