Mentoring without borders

Mentoring without borders

Case Studies, Development Sector
This blog was first published on PMAP.  When Indonesian NGO worker Ferita Taufik sought expert advice from British project manager Marisa Silva both parties profited, they tell Project. Project management consultant Marisa Silva e-mentored, or remotely mentored, Ferita Taufik, and NGO worker managing a quality project at Yayasan Cinta Anak Bangsa (YCAB), an Indonesian social enterprise. Project asks how their six-month mentoring relationship developed - and discovers that both gained valuable lessons from the experience. Project: Marisa, how did your relationship with Ferita get started? Marisa: We got together visually thanks to Project Managers Against Poverty's e-mentoring network, for project managers who work in international development and the third sector. There is a matchmaking service that matches mentors with mentees. Ferita chose me because of my expertise in quality assurance.…
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