We are looking for individuals currently working within an OD related role who are seeking to develop their skills. The basic commitment between mentors and mentees will be approximately 1 hour a month meeting via virtual means.
To assist the learning, development and network of community members including promoting continuous professional development in the field of Organisation Design.
To introduce mentees looking for support of experienced Organisation Designers in specific or generic OD related issues. The scheme is aimed towards newer Organisation Designers or those wishing to refresh and or learn new skills/knowledge from others within the field.
*Please be aware this scheme is not meant as a replacement to the commissioning of appropriate commercially available consultancy. If this is a need or requirement, EODF will be happy to help locate appropriate support.
To give opportunity for those wishing to spread their knowledge and or support to newer entrance to the OD world or those that wish to diversify their knowledge base. In doing so, it will increase individual and intra-organisational networks and connections and strengthen our mission respectively.
To operate as the introductory agency assisting mentees and mentors to find one another based on the information supplied within the application forms. Following the initial pilot scheme, EODF will not be able to take responsibility to ‘vet’ all mentors or mentees. It is, therefore, the responsibility of these two parties following an introduction to manage and maintain the relationship as long as it is deemed useful to both parties. We will commit, where practical to offer mentees three options of possible mentors, selection should be based on skills, knowledge and experience requirements, therefore, names and organisations will be anonymised.
We recognise that mentors give their time freely to offer support to the EODF community, the only charge made is a non-refundable administration fee of 50 EUR to each mentee to manage the general administration and correspondence of the scheme. If you are a member of EODF you receive one complementary introduction as part of your membership.
Charges are per successful introduction. An introduction is considered successful at the point of which both the mentor and mentee agree to work with each other irrespective of how long the relationship lasts.
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Download the Mentee application form
Download the Mentor application form
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