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Provide guidance and insight to SCIP members who require additional knowledge and assistance in developing skillsets toward pursuing knowledge and careers as CI professionals.




  1. (Introductory): Utilize the existing experience of senior members of SCIP to provide guidance and coaching to individuals less experienced, both from an educational curriculum-based knowledge set as well as industry-based professionals within the CI practitioner skillset.
  2. (Advanced): To provide a mechanism to enable members to share CI best practices with Industry and Educational leaders, engage in and explore out-of-box methodologies, and to promote forward-looking perspectives on CI.

Mentoring Defined:

  • A mutually-beneficial coaching and professional based learning relationship that is both structured and flexible.
  • Can also include:
    • development of career paths
    • relationship management
    • general coaching activities in the professional business environment.

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The Role of the Mentor will be to work in concert with the Mentee to:

  • Evaluate the needs of the mentee
  • Develop a roadmap that will indicate the goals, expectations and timeline for the service
  • Provide ongoing guidance, encouragement and suggestions based on the needs of the mentee
  • Serve as an expert listener, sensitive to the needs of the mentee
  • Serve as a professional role model
  • Provide constructive feedback to the mentee within the scope of the work plan
  • Devote an agreed upon amount of time to the relationship 

What The Mentoring Program is NOT

  • It is not a job placement, referral service, outplacement service or any employment related service.
  • It is not personal or psychological counseling.
  • It must not be used by the mentor to assign work or other tasks that pertain to their own role or responsibility.
  • It must not be used by mentors, mentees, as a primary CI collection opportunity to learn first hand information about a competitor or prospective competitor, CI practice within a competing organization, or any form of unethical activity.
  • It is not a service that is guaranteed to achieve specific professional or investment gains.

The Mentor Defined

  • An experienced CI professional who participates in a coaching / role model position with an individual who is requesting assistance in improving their business acumen around CI.
  • The Mentor will need to ensure that the mentee understands that they are not providing individualized instruction as an alternative to standard Division training or other commercial training programs.
  • Rather, the Mentor is a member of the relationship who provides guidance and suggestions about a specific need. 

The Mentee Defined

  • A CI professional who wants to develop a better understanding of methodologies, techniques, business applications and general business knowledge around CI.
  • This can include career path development or to solve specific CI related career/job challenges. 

Overall Relationship Requirements:  

  • Willingness to devote an agreed upon amount of time to the program.
  • Willingness to offer suggestions that would help resolve a learning need, problem or challenge.
  • Identifying or assigning priorities for needs and mentor program expectations
  • Clarifying and defining goals and expectations.
  • Combining mentoring with other training opportunities.
  • Recognizing that the program is not designed to offer job leads or serve in any way as an employment or outplacement 



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 Program Flow

Introduction Meeting Conference/Webinar
  Interested parties and potential participant Mentors and Mentees will be invited to the introductory meeting where the program will be explained and participants will be asked to fill out the Matching Survey if interested. 

Matching Survey
  Mentors and Mentees will be identified via the Matching Survey. Mentors are to provide information about their experience, qualifications and special areas of knowledge. SCIP Mentoring Advisory will determine matchings.

Matching Process
  Mentors and Mentees will be asked to fill out the skills survey during the conference and following the virtual into meeting for those who cannot come in order to determine appropriate matchings.

Kickoff Webinar Trainings
  Mentors and Mentees will be asked to attend kickoff expectation trainings and process flows.

Quarterly Roundtable Best Practice Share
  Mentors and Mentees will be asked to attend semi-annual roundtables virtually to share ideas and best practices for them/ what is working/what doesn’t work. Quarterly individual check-ins with Advisory team to ensure the program is meeting/not meeting expectations.







Mentoring Skillsets Document

Item Name Posted By Date Posted
Mentoring Skillsets PDF (34.06 KB) Administration 11/18/2015
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