If you are currently an MBCI or FBCI (including those with Honors), you are eligible to become a mentor for BCI. Volunteering as a mentor means offering support and guidance to a fellow BCI Member.
You must maintain your membership throughout the duration of the mentoring partnership. To be a successful mentor, you should possess strong communication and personal development skills, as well as a solid understanding of professional development in the field of business continuity and resilience.
When you begin mentoring, it's crucial to clarify your role as a mentor. You should not act as a coach, manager, or counselor.
I was also lucky to have a phenomenal mentor who, at the time, was the manager of the risk consulting team. This mentor helped me to seamlessly transition from the personal lines department to the risk consulting team, helping me to translate what I learned into practical experience.
Risk Consultant, Aon South Africa (Pty) Ltd
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Need further details about BCI Mentoring?
Please check our mentoring FAQ page or contact the membership team.