Mentoring Circle: ‘The Long Win’ Approach to Work-Life Balance
If you are battling with endless ‘to-do’ lists and multitasking on all fronts, come to this mentoring circle to explore a ‘long win’ approach to your personal and professional life.
An Olympian, former diplomat, business coach and author of the acclaimed book ‘The Long Win’, Cath will focus on the themes of Clarity, Constant learning and Connection to redefine success on your own terms and enable you to prioritise the things that really matter, rather than the things that are in front of you.
The mentoring circle will work through a series of questions to define what really matters, focus on progress and improvement rather than short-term outcomes, and how you invest in relationships and connections personally and professionally. Cath will ask a series of question to help you explore your mindset, behaviours and relationships and how you can invest in these, rather than simply focusing on daily tasks. Bring paper and pen and be prepared to reflect, challenge your assumptions and clarify what really matters.
What are Mentoring Circles?
The Rising Network Mentoring Circles offer a supportive peer to peer learning environment lead by mentors in each circle. Each mentoring circle will have a set theme so that mentees can come armed with questions to seek advice from both mentors and peers to collectively explore and discuss the issue – while being mentored and guided by someone who has knowledge and experience in personally overcoming that problem: the mentor.
How they work?
Each Mentor will be in their own virtual room and we will have parallel mentoring circles running at the same time. Pick the circle you want to join and make sure you’re not late as each session will start with a short talk by each Mentor followed by informal group mentoring and discussions.
Dr Cath Bishop, Author, Speaker and Former Olympic Rower. Mentor Bio HERE