Tourism

TIME celebrates 10 years of mentoring

This year is a big one for the Travel Industry Mentor Experience (TIME), as it celebrates a decade of mentoring.

That’s 10 years of reshaping the travel-tourism-hospitality industry in Australia through formalised, one-to-one mentoring.

“TIME is truly transformative,” Penny Spencer, the program’s founder, said.

“A decade of fine-tuning means the TIME program is primed to deliver incredible results. The magic starts with our meticulous mentor-mentee matching process.

“It ensures that we bring the right mentor to each mentee. The rest of the magic comes from them as they navigate their own road to success.”

If you’re considering furthering your career through the program, TIME has four intake opportunities in 2020: 19 February (if you act NOW, there are spaces available), 8 April, 10 June, and 26 August (early bird fee discounts available until 30 April 2020)

“In 2012, I completed the TIME Mentoring program, and it remains the best ever decision I have made in my career,” Emily Warbrick, general manager of Snowscene and convener of TIME in Queensland, said.

“The skills and network I developed, plus the ongoing personal and professional connection I have with my mentor Penny Spencer, have been incredible stepping stones of success and support to be a businesswoman and working mother.”

Go here for more info on the program.

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