Share more. Learn more.

Share skills, learn from the best, and stay in touch with the future of business continuity and resilience.

  • Learn from the best – Access support, professional guidance, and networking opportunities
  • Go further – 75% of executives say mentoring played a key role in their career
  • Plot your career – Get independent advice on your career plan
  • Develop skills – Hear first-hand about the skills that matter and how to get them
  • Understand your skills – A mentor can help you identify your strengths and weaknesses
  • Earn more – Mentored professionals earn more

Three steps to finding a mentor

Set up your profile. Search for a mentor by industry, location, and availability. Send a request. Done.

Once your mentor has agreed to work with you, it’s up to you both to see what works best. Most mentoring tends to happen by email or video chat for a few hours each month.

Any of our members can have a mentor. And all our mentors are MBCI, AFBCI, or FBCI grade – so they know their stuff.

 

Find out more about the types of membership available with the BCI.

 

Become a mentor

Our mentors often say it’s one of the most rewarding things they do. Becoming a mentor isn’t just about sharing your expertise: it allows you to develop useful skills of your own. It can help you:

  • Hone your coaching skills – see what your mentee needs, and help them achieve it
  • Help others progress – Guide others with their career development strategies
  • Gain perspective – Get a better understanding of your own professional experience
  • Learn from your mentee – Reverse mentoring gives you an opportunity to pick up new skills too

What are you waiting for?  

 

If you’re an MBCI, AFBCI, or FBCI grade member, you can become a mentor today. Expand your knowledge, meet fellow BC professionals, and enhance your career.