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IMC PNW Mentoring Program

"Our program brings together IMC CMC members who have an understanding of success in the consulting profession, with consultants seeking personal and professional development.

We offer members a relationship-based program worth thousands of dollars, providing a positive supportive environment and enables mentors and protégés alike to strengthen desired skills, enhance knowledge, and build on existing talents."

~ Paul Travis, IMC Pacific NW President

MentoringMore Value

  • For the average cost of a one-hour session with a coach, you’ll receive 4 months of support from a seasoned professional.
  • Learn business practices, sales and marketing techniques, and ethical considerations that lead to a healthier practice.
  • Plan and accomplish your career goals faster and more thoroughly.
  • Learn to communicate clear expectations and protocols by using our thorough guidelines—principles that can help you in other areas of your practice.

Program Costs:

Only $250

Program Legth:

4 Months

Steps to Get You Started

Step One: Establish Mentoring Goals
  • Identify your three most important development needs
  • Identify critical success factors and key barriers to success
  • Formulate SMART goal statements
mentoringStep Two: Define the Type of Mentoring Relationship Desired
  • Take into consideration your decision-making ability and preferences for detail orientation, spontaneity vs. structure and extraversion vs. introversion
  • Address your goals explicitly with your mentor and determine mutually if your mentor’s style will both complement and challenge your own
Step Three: Plan the Initial Meeting
  • Get to know each other
  • Share your mentoring goals
  • Agree on the ground rules for your relationship
    • How often you will meet
    • Method for meeting
    • Face-to-face, voicemail, email
    • Boundaries
  • What is appropriate and what is not appropriate
  • Practice professional ethics, e.g., having coffee is acceptable, going over to the other’s house (unless it is to work in a home-based office), dating, or going to the movies together are not
Step Four: Manage the Relationship
  • Communicate effectively
  • Prepare for meetings
  • Overcome challenges
  • Give and receive feedback
  • Stay on track towards your mentoring goals

Download the application and call (888) 742-9737

or email
for further instructions

Mentoring Application

Item Name Posted By Date Posted
Mentoring Brochure PDF (295.72 KB) Ben Griner 6/22/2009
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