Through its 4PROGRAMS, BML undertakes to set up a framework in order to honor its Mission: offer its support, assistance, exchanges, learning and expertise in order to promote the development of a Mentee to achieve their development goals.
All actions taken during a Mentoring Program will be carried out with the strictest confidentiality, communication and transparency, financial disinterest, and commitment on voluntary basis.

  the Mentor commits to... the Mentee commits to...
DAYDE MENTORING PROGRAM
  • Supervise the Mentee throughout the duration of the DYADE Program (generally 1 year),
  • Meet the Mentee once or twice a month, 4 hours maximum and occasionally participate in a project review,
  • Volunteer to share his experience and his network.
  • Listen with kindness to the Mentee,
  • Help him to open up his field of reflection by avoiding any interference in the management of the company, but to share his recommendations,
  • Support the Mentee by providing them with their experience, expertise and contacts,
  • Contribute to the development of the entrepreneurial dimension and access to the young business market.
  • Be available and ready to welcome the support of your Mentor,
  • Take charge of your career development
  • Be receptive and motivated in relation to the relationship experience with a senior,
  • Present your project to the outside view of a Mentor,
  • Be proactive, accept suggestions and questioning (attitudes, behaviors, practices)
  • Agree to devote time and effort to develop their professional practice in order to improve continuously,
  • Wish to learn from another person,
  • Be willing to talk about themselves, what they are passing through,
  • Take responsibility for their choices.
BUSINESS RESTORATION MENTORING PROGRAM
  • Take over the Mentee quickly and proactively,
  • Supervise him/her throughout the duration of the program (between 3 months and 1 year),
  • Meet the Mentee as many times as necessary during the first 3 months,
  • Help the Mentee to set up a plan of action (a rescue plan),
  • Volunteer sharing of experience and network,
  • Listening with benevolence to the Mentee,
  • Helping the Mentee to open up their field of reflection,
  • Avoid any interference in the management of the company but share their recommendations,
  • Support the Mentee in providing it with its experience, expertise and contacts in order to contribute to the development of the entrepreneurial dimension and access to the market for young companies.
  • Take responsibility for their choices,
  • Be available and ready to welcome the support of their Mentor,
  • Take charge of the rescue of their business,
  • Present in a transparent manner the difficulties they face,
  • Be receptive and motivated in relation to the relationship experience with a senior,
  • Accept the relationship with a confident and experienced person,
  • Be proactive, accept suggestions and questions (attitudes, behaviors, practices),
  • Accept to give time and effort to save his professional activity and perpetuate it,
  • Be willing to talk about himself, about what he saw.
REVERSE MENTORING PROGRAM
  • Supervise the Mentee proactively
  • Know what is important
  • Show patience
  • Volunteer knowledge and network
  • Listen with benevolence to the Mentee,
  • Help the Mentee to open up to novelties and new technologies
  • Support the Mentee by providing him with his experience, its expertise and contacts in order to contribute to the development of the entrepreneurial dimension and access to the market for young companies.
  • Accept the idea of ​​an intergenerational meeting
  • Be available and willing to welcome the support of your Mentor
  • Be receptive and motivated to learn the practice of new tools
  • Present transparently the difficulties they face
  • Be proactive, accept suggestions and challenges (attitudes, behaviors, practices)
  • Agree to devote time and effort to develop and sustain one's professional activity
  • Wish to learn from contact with a more junior person
  • Try new ways of thinking, working and being.
GROUP MENTORING PROGRAM

Through the Group Mentoring Program, BML undertakes to:

  • Offer a program of conferences, workshops and round tables,
  • Offer immediate access to real-life cases and diverse entrepreneurial experiences that are relevant and concrete,
  • Challenge the vision of entrepreneurs and/or help to forge it,
  • Encourage questioning and raise new avenues of possible action,
  • Develop a network of contacts based on common entrepreneurial values,
  • Promote better self-knowledge
  • Help focus on priorities,
  • Break the isolation and increase the confidence that entrepreneurs have in themselves and their business.

Through the Group Mentoring Program, the Mentee undertakes to:

  • Participate in the program of conferences, workshops and round tables on a regular basis,
  • Be proactive, showing positive interest during the sessions,
  • Challenge itself (attitudes, behaviors, practices),
  • Adopt an ethical conduct and professional attitude within the group,
  • Be willing to talk about himself, about what he experiences in a group,
  • Assume responsibility for his choices,
  • Be available to follow up on meetings and mid-term reviews and end of course with the program coordinator.

 

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