Executive Mentorship Program
Professional Development
Mid-Career

Mentorship Program

PromaxBDA’s best in class mentorship program matches members at any stage of their careers with mentors ready to help guide them to develop the strategies necessary to accelerate their career and personal growth.

In this one-year program, participants from across North America are matched with mentors to help them pave a road map for success and a deeper understanding of the tools to leverage opportunities in the media and entertainment industry.

Benefits of Being a Mentor:

  • Gain personal satisfaction from sharing your own knowledge and insights
  • Enhance coaching, feedback, leadership and networking skills
  • Experience new and different creative styles, approaches and thought processes
  • Receive mentorship and leadership training
  • Expand your reputation as a leader beyond your organization
  • Self-reflect on career experience and future career growth

Benefits of Being a Mentee:

  • Gain unique insights and off-the-record understanding of how to lead in the media and entertainment industry
  • Develop skills and knowledge to accelerate career growth
  • Receive coaching in leadership, negotiation, image management and opportunity recognition
  • Build a stronger professional network

The program kicks off with a three-hour workshop session at June conference which includes exclusive training for the mentors and provides a collaborative workshop environment for both mentors and mentees to receive training in communications, leadership, and coaching.

Mentors and mentees are recommended to meet once per month for two hours. Between monthly sessions, mentors and mentees correspond via email and phone calls to maintain and strengthen communication channels.

Please contact Rachel Wyatt at Rachel.Wyatt@promaxbda.org for more information.

More Mid-Career Programs: Thrive, Workshops, Industry Coach Program, and PromaxGAMES Mentorship Program

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Executive Mentorship is made possible by the generous support of the Leadership Through Diversity Partners:

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