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Title: WLI Senior Management Mentoring Program Goals WLI Senior


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  • Executive Mentoringat Johnson Johnson
  • Hilde Willems, hwillems_at_its.jnj.com

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What I would like to share with you
  • Strategic Goals
  • Mentorship comes with ageStages of concern,
    Cora Smit
  • Best practice WLI Senior Management Mentoring
    Program
  • Key lessons learnt

3
  • Dr. Paul Janssen start research in 1953
  • Part of Johnson Johnson since 1961
  • More than 80 new drugs

4
Worldwide
Comprehensive and Broadly Based Health Care
Company
200 companies in 57 countries in the world with
sales in more than 175 counties
5
  • MentoringStrategic Goals

6
Leadership Challenge
  • The most important responsibility all of us
    haveis to develop the leaders of the
    future.Its the greatest challenge we havenand
    its the most important legacy that we can leave
    behind
  • William C. Weldon
  • Chairman Chief Executive Officer

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Leadership Development
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  • Mentorshipcomes with age

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Stages of Concern, Cora Smit
  • 5 predictable stages of development, when one
    begins a new line of work or learns a new and
    complex skill
  • characterised by a specific concern, a care or
    preoccupation
  • determines
  • what kind of support people need
  • what kind of support they are willing to give to
    others

Essence
Impact
The Other
The Task
Self
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Stages of Concern Self
  • Concern
  • How do I survive?
  • Needs
  • Instructions, demonstration
  • Confirmation, compliments
  • A buddy
  • Willing to give too soon!

Essence
Impact
The Other
The Task
Self
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Stages of Concern the Task
  • Concern
  • How do I do it well?
  • Needs
  • Task-oriented feedback
  • Technical skills training, professional
    literature
  • Learn from technical expert
  • Intervision with peers focused on daily issues
  • Willing to give
  • Be a buddy to a newcomer

Essence
Impact
The Other
The Task
Self
12
Stages of Concern the Other
  • Concern
  • People are important
  • Needs
  • Person-oriented feedback
  • (Inter)personal skills training
  • Personal coach
  • Willing to give
  • Work with people
  • Coach people

Essence
Impact
The Other
The Task
Self
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Stages of Concern Impact
  • Concern
  • And now everything has to be different
  • Needs
  • Challenging projects and relationships/networks
  • Attend / speak atExec. Conferences, MBAs
  • Mutual respect from leader
  • A mentor
  • Willing to give
  • Share vision and expertise
  • Lead larger group of people

Essence
Impact
The Other
The Task
Self
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Stages of Concern Essence
  • Concern
  • How can I share this
  • Needs
  • Time to reflect
  • Contribute to whats really important, say no
    to rest
  • Executive coach
  • Willing to give
  • Be meaningful to others
  • Be a mentor to others!

Essence
Impact
The Other
The Task
Self
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Mentoring topics
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  • Mentoring best practice
  • WLI (Women Leadership Initiative)Senior
    ManagementMentoring Program

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Importance of mentoring for womens advancement
  • Catalyst study - large corporations and firms
    across 20 European Countries
  • Top 5 barriers to Womens Advancement in
    Organization, by Women
  • Stereotypes and preconceptions of womens roles
    and abilities 66
  • Lack of senior or visibly successful female role
    models 64
  • Lack of significant general management or line
    experience 63
  • Commitment to family or personal
    responsibilities 62
  • Lack of Mentoring 61
  • (Per cent who strongly agree)

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WLI Senior Management Mentoring ProgramHow it
started
  • Decision of Janssen Site Management Board
  • Commitment of Senior Management to mentor female
    executives
  • Now 3rd wave

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WLI Senior Management Mentoring Program Goals
  • Personal and professional development of the
    mentee
  • Political savvy - networking - strategic thinking
    - business knowledge
  • Increase of gender diversity in the organization
  • Gradual increase of the presence of women at a
    management level
  • More visibility of women within the companys
    hierarchy
  • Male managers with a greater knowledge about
    womens working conditions
  • New knowledge for the organization of the
    importance of gender diversity
  • Enrichment of leadership skills in the
    organization

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WLI Senior Management Mentoring Program Design
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WLI Senior Management Mentoring Program Effects
measured
  • Supporting personal growth in GLP-competencies

22
WLI Senior Management Mentoring Program Effects
measured
  • Other effects on thinking, feeling, career

23
WLI Senior Management Mentoring Program Effects
measured quotes from mentees
  • I learned most when I got feedback from my
    mentor, although this was sometimes not so
    pleasant to hear. Once I reflected upon it,
    often together with my mentor, this gave the most
    powerful insights.
  • A mentor can open doors for you because of his
    network and broader knowledge of the business.
  • I learned from my mentor that if you have a
    problem selling" my case to others

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WLI Senior Management Mentoring Program Effects
measured quotes from mentees
  • I had a US mentor. We discussed topics like how
    is my communication perceived by US-colleagues
  • I learned that you can only determine your next
    steps if you know what your personal long-term
    vision is. My mentor stimulated me to think
    about this long-term vision. The consequence for
    me was that I even said no to a next career
    opportunity, because it did not fit into this
    long-term career path. Having a long-term vision
    makes me feel more at ease in my career.

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WLI Senior Management Mentoring Program
Long-term effect building a mentoring culture
  • Good mentees make good mentors.
  • Several mentees got engaged to become a mentor
    themselves
  • formally or more informally
  • in 1-on-1 relationships or group mentoring
    programs
  • for male female mentees

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  • MentoringKey Lessons Learnt

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  • Formal support really helps
  • Events
  • Kick-off / Closing event
  • Training for mentors / mentees
  • Intervision for mentees
  • Materials
  • Brochure
  • Video
  • Mentoring School

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  • Mentoring is about
  • Risk
  • TRUST
  • Vulnerability
  • See Mentoring Video (0441)
  • Nancy, Troy, Jan and Karen

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  • Mentoring is a win-win-win for
  • Mentee
  • Mentor
  • Organisation
  • See Mentoring Video (1058)
  • Troy, Nancy, Jan and Karen
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