ASIS International Mentoring Program

ASIS International NYC Chapter continuing its participation in the ASIS International Mentoring Program. This program is designed to match experienced security professionals with individuals who are new to the industry or those looking to advance into leadership positions. Mentors who successfully complete the program will receive CPP re-certification points (if applicable). George Anderson, our Immediate Past Chapter Chair of the NYC ASIS Chapter is serving as our Mentoring Program Coordinator. Questions about this program can be directed to George at Mentoring@asisnyc.org.

 

The “Mentoring Security Leaders Program” was developed by the ASIS International “Leadership Management Practices Council”. The “Mentoring Security Generations” program is a process where an ASIS member, (Protégé) is matched with an experienced ASIS colleague (Mentor), and is designed to promote long-term leadership and career development through a one-on-one Mentor-Protégé relationship. The length of the mentoring relationship is recommended to be twelve (12) months however the length of the mentoring relationship should be agreed upon by the Mentor and Protégé.  Of great value is that any ASIS Member at any level may participate in the program.

 

Mentor & Protégé Commitment Mentoring is a process by which the Mentor and Protégé work together to enhance the Protégé’s personal and professional growth. Both the Mentor and Protégé need to value the mentoring partnership, and for those with CPP certifications,  the opportunity to earn re-certification points as a Mentor is a great way to give back to our profession, while helping yourself to recertify!

 

Mentor & Protégé Commitment Mentoring is a process by which the Mentor and Protégé work together to enhance the Protégé’s personal and professional growth. Both the Mentor and Protégé need to value the mentoring partnership.

 

The Mentor and Protégé should:
• Honor commitments

• Meet frequently

• Honor scheduled meetings times

• Respect each other’s differences

• Be open to new perspectives and learn from one another

• Commit to each other’s development

• Agree on the communication method that works best –– Face-to-Face –– E-mail or Skype –– Telephone

 

The process will involve individuals interested in serving as Mentors preparing the Mentor application contained within this announcement and emailing it as outlined.  Similarly, individuals interested in being mentored (protégés) will also fill out the Protégé application contained within this announcement and pressing the Submit button once finished to send the application to our Mentoring Program Coordinator, George Anderson.  George will then match appropriate mentors with protégés, and introduce each to each other via email.  At that time, additional information about the program will be provided and it will be the mentor and protégé’s responsibility to arrange to meet each other and being the mentoring relationship.

 

Mentor and Protégé Commitment

Mentoring is a process by which the Mentor and Protégé work together to enhance the Protégé’s personal and professional growth. Both the Mentor and Protégé need to value the mentoring partnership.   The Mentor and Protégé should: Honor commitments Meet frequently Honor scheduled meetings times Respect each other’s differences Be open to new perspectives and… Continue Reading

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