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Mentorship Program

Houston Association of Professional Landmen
Mentorship Program
Bringing experience together with ambition to fuel the next generation of energy leaders

 

Mentorship Appliacation Mentorship Program Qualifications

 

PROGRAM GOALS

  • Bridge the workforce experience gap by transferring knowledge, resources and life experiences.
  • Provide guidance, advice and assistance in molding future oil & gas industry leaders in a systemized and personally tailored manner.
  • Create lasting relationships for both Mentors and Mentees through meaningful two-way dialogue and interaction.
  • Increase HAPL member engagement by providing young professionals and students direct access to successful industry leaders.

 

ROLE OF A MENTOR

  • Serves as a knowledgeable and enthusiastic role model; coaching, challenging and inspiring Mentees.
  • Provides support, encouragement and wise counsel; confidentially listens to problems or concerns and offers feedback and advice.
  • Serves as a resource person and confidant, sharing critical knowledge and information when appropriate.
  • Recommends ways to develop specific job skills, effective workplace behavior and assistance in planning a career path or next steps.
  • Provides resources to the Mentees such as business plans or facilitates introductions.
  • Participates in Mentor/Mentee individual or group meetings and activities at agreed upon intervals.
  • Maintains contact with Program Coordinator to discuss progress and provides feedback.
  • Agrees to continue relationships with Mentees at the conclusion of the program, if possible.

 

ROLE OF A MENTEE

  • Participates in all Mentor/Mentee activities.
  • Commits to open and honest communication; listens to others.
  • Shares goals and expectations with their Mentor.
  • Develops mutually beneficial relationships with Mentors and other Mentees.
  • Gives as well as receives feedback; seeks as well as shares information to gain knowledge, skills and insights from both Mentors and other Mentees.
  • Open to future contact with Mentors and other Mentees.
  • Will not engage in solicitation for personal benefit or advancement.

 

HAPL MENTOR PROGRAM GUIDANCE (suggestions only)

  • Mentor will have the flexibility to appropriately personalize his/her own program.
  • Mentor and Mentee should make contact at least once every 45 days.
  • Mentors encouraged to introduce Mentees to a variety of seasoned and accomplished professionals within the industry, and to attend HAPL events with Mentees.

 

CONCLUSION

            At the conclusion of the program, all participants will be asked to participate in a survey based on their role as a Mentor or a Mentee.  Feedback will guide future program content and potential expansion.  The goal is to ensure that the mentoring program meets the expectations of the participants and provides a quality, meaningful experience for both the Mentors and Mentees.

 

Mentor/Mentee relationships may continue unofficially at the participants’ discretion.  Access and limits will be established by each Mentor based on their availability and other preferences.