Welcome to PWN Warsaw a member of PWN Global. We are a grup of dynamic professtional women with a broade range of expertise and interests, ouer mission is to promote professional and personal growth, expand networks, and shere knowlege, skills,and supports.
PWN Global is a global movement of people working towards gender balanced leadership through professional development and international, cross-industry, online and in-person networking.
Achieve your goals and boost your career with PWN’s International Mentoring Program!
PWN Warsaw has initiated an International Mentoring Program. The goal is to launch a global pool of international mentors to be available for all members (women and men) across the PWN Global network.
President of PWN Warsaw, Jowita Bukowinska idea behind the initiative was twofold: "We volunteered to start the program for two reasons: to leverage potential which we have as a global network and to address the needs of our members in development of their international careers".
If you plan to develop your career and benefit from the experience of international mentors this program is for you!
The International Mentoring Program (IMP) supports global managers and future leaders in their career development with a focus on international actions and global markets.
Mentees will have an opportunity to be paired with mentors from a different economic, social and cultural environment. This will allow mentors and mentees to move out of their comfort zones and look at their professional goals from a completely different perspective.
Our International Mentoring Program:
The program launch took place on January 4, 2017 supported by two guest speakers and international mentors: Bozena Lesniewska, Board Member of Orange Polska and Dr Dayner Azzellino, Action Group Business Director.
The program will run with quarterly recruitment drives, with cut off dates in 2017, of:
More information about the international mentors will be provided on the PWN Global web site in due course and overall patronage for the program is provided by Lorraine Tilbury, VP Mentoring PWN Global, who says: "I'm delighted to see this "grass-roots" initiative take off! And there is no better place to coordinate this new adventure in PWN Mentoring than from Warsaw, a city that has seen tremendous change with a strong global focus. I'm confident that the dynamic leaders of PWN Warsaw will make this a great success and I'm very proud to support their international mentoring program."
If you would like to find out more about being an international mentor or you want to participate in the program please contact us: mentoring@pwnwarsaw. pl
Established in Poland since October 2011, PWN Global is a proud member of the PWN Global family of networks. We create innovative community that supports professional women fulfill their potential through learning and development programs, mentoring, best practice sharing and networking opportunities. We are a not for profit organization.
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