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CAMP January News!
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January is National Mentoring Month!

CAMP believes in the powerful impact mentoring can have on an individual's personal and professional growth. Revitalize your mentoring relationship by grabbing coffee or lunch with your mentor or mentee
during January.

Whether in person or virtually, discuss what the two of you would like to get out of the connection and how to achieve this moving forward.

If  you haven't yet created a profile on our new software platform, make an investment in mentoring and growth by signing up today.

Everyone has something to give,
and everyone has something to learn. Take the initiative to reach your full potential by signing up to
participate today at camp.chronus.com

Learn something new or help someone grow by sharing your own best practices.

Share your mentoring experiences and stories with us and on social media!
 Utilize the National
Mentoring Month hashtags of  #IamAMentor or #ThankYourMentor 
to share anecdotes, pictures or videos about your mentoring experience.

We wish you continued success in your mentorships this January and thank you for your dedication
to the Colorado Attorney Mentoring Program!


Sincerely,

J. Ryann Peyton, Esq. LLM
Director, Colorado Attorney Mentoring Program

 
There's an app for that! 

Download the CAMP Mentoring App today to get matched, be productive, and stay connected to your mentoring relationship.

Visit your app store and search "Chronus Mentoring"

 

Mentoring Impact:
Fast Facts

Workplace

  • Out of a test group, Wharton reported 25 percent of employees who took part in the company’s mentoring program had a salary grade change, compared with five percent of employees in a control group who did not participate.
  • Mentors were promoted six times more often than those not in the program. Mentees were promoted five times more often than those not in the program (Wharton).
  • In addition, retention rates were much higher for mentees (72 percent) and mentors (69 percent) than for employees who did not participate in the mentoring program (49 percent) (Wharton).

Professional Association

  • 78 percent of association participants said it made them feel more engaged with their organization to be part of a mentorship program (Finanz Nachrichten).
  • More than 94 percent of survey respondents agreed that associations should adopt mentoring as a strategic change to attract young people (Association Adviser).
 

Why the Modern Workforce Won’t Stop Craving Mentoring

by Seena Mortazavi
 

Expanding Leadership
Diversity Through
Formal Mentoring
P
rograms

by Deborah A. Olson & Deborrah Jackson



 
Questions or concerns related to the new software program? Review the document at the link below for program objectives and FAQs for CAMP mentors
Letter From The Director

                       
Decision Fatigue
 
We equate freedom with choice, but having too many choices can cause “analysis paralysis,” anxiety, and depression.  Minimize decision fatigue by simplifying:  make to-do lists; eat the same breakfast every day; create a pros and cons list for decisions; stick to a routine when you get to the office or go home; choose the show you want to watch before you turn on the TV, etc.  Another way to minimize decision fatigue is to focus on the present moment rather than thinking about the past or future.  Creating anxiety about what has happened or what could happen drains a tremendous amount of mental and physical energy.  Take a deep breath, and pay attention to what is in front of you one moment at a time.  

For more information or for confidential assistance, please contact COLAP at 303.986.3345 or visit our website at
www.coloradolap.org
Is your organization launching or modifying a mentoring program in 2017?

CAMP can help! We support organizations in creating, expanding, or improving mentoring programs by offering curriculum development & review, matching assistance, training, and document and policy creation.
 
Interested in a consultation for your organization?

Please contact Ryann Peyton at
 r.peyton@csc.state.co.us
 






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