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The InspireMe Mentoring Programme

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What we do

Brand Purpose

We have a selection of over 50 tour programs that range from introductory multi-country itineraries to more regional in-depth options.

Social Impact

We have a selection of over 50 tour programs that range from introductory multi-country itineraries to more regional in-depth options.

Talent Skills

We have a selection of over 50 tour programs that range from introductory multi-country itineraries to more regional in-depth options.

ThinkHER ambition event. Photography by CPG Photography.

Through our research we have identified that many young women lack confidence, do not have access to a variety of exemplar women in industry and would not consider themselves to be leaders in the future. On a scale of 1-10, a young woman, feels on average that she understands the different career choices available to her (6.3) but is less certain on how to achieve her specific career goals (5.5). She is also not confident in knowing how to achieve her personal goals (6.3).

The purpose of this programme is connect young women to women in the workplace who will support in increasing their confidence, inspiring them to aim higher and connecting them to various opportunities whilst giving them the tools, techniques and resources to do so. We want to give young women the opportunity to learn from those who have gone ahead of them and create a new generation of well-equipped and well-informed leaders.

  • The InspireMe Mentoring Programme, in collaboration with Unilever, was recognised as an initiative that aims to increase diversity and inclusion in the Tech Sector on the 2020 ‘Women in Software’ Changemakers list
  • 90% of pilot attendees responded that they felt more confident after completing the programme
  • 94% of mentees in Cohort 2 believe that their mentors are accurately supporting them
  • 91% of mentees in Cohort 2 believe that they have effective and rewarding communication with their mentors
  • Mentees are continuously learning new skills and developing existing ones including interview skills, workplace behaviour, CV and portfolio creation, confidence, personal branding and more
  • 89% of mentors find the programme beneficial to their own personal and professional development
  • Mentors are continuously learning new skills and developing existing ones including coaching, management, leadership, empathy, resilience, problem-solving and more

WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY