Leadogo Inc., a Kingston, Ont. based organization, announced that it will launch a Power Women Mentoring Program via its “Lift As We Climb” Impact Circle.
The local company focuses on inspiring personal development, the service and support of others, as well as organizational and societal change through its unique accelerator programs and its technology platform. Leadogo’s Impact Circles are online coalitions that bring people together around a common purpose or cause. Their intent is to catalyze change for the planet/environment, quality of life across the globe, improvements to the economy/opportunity, and sustainability for our future.
Headquartered here in Kingston, and part of the Dunin-Deshpande Queen’s Innovation Centre Accelerator Program at Queen’s University, Leadogo stands for ‘Leaders in Doing Good.’ It is a social learning network composed of a diverse global community of people of all ages who are driving change and supporting each other in their quest for personal, societal, or organizational development. Its services include training and accelerator programs, coaching, and experiential learning through its interactive online platform.
The “Lift As We Climb” Impact Circle is curating an empowering community for women across the globe to share, connect, learn, and thrive. The Leadogo Power Women Mentoring Program is designed for young professional women actively looking to advance their careers.
Lauren Ammon, Chief Learning Officer at Leadogo, shared, “The learning gained through the Leadogo Power Women Program is designed around the mentee’s goals. Each participant will receive personal and customized attention and lessons based on their aspirations, and the mentor’s knowledge and expertise.”
The program will last eight weeks and consists of one-on-one coaching and mentoring sessions, webinars with all mentors for shared progress, feedback, experiential learning, and access to the Leadogo platform to track progress and have ongoing communication with fellow cohort members and mentors. The mentors in this program are located in three different continents, and are professional coaches, entrepreneurs, and corporate leaders.
Leadogo’s Chief Marketing Officer, and co-administrator of the program, Paluck Kohli said, “We want to make this accessible to women across the globe as diversity and impact are at the heart of our values. We believe that everyone deserves an equal opportunity to grow.”
Those interested can register at Lift As We Climb – May 20 for the networking event with the mentors and Leadogo facilitators on Thursday, May 20, 2021 at 12 p.m. EST to learn more about the program. If you have any questions please reach out to either Lauren Ammon ([email protected]) or Paluck Kohli ([email protected]). Interested parties can apply directly by clicking here and completing the form.
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