Are you supporting entrepreneurs or small business owners as a mentor, are you implementing mentorship projects, or are you involved in decisions on how to shape mentorship programmes?

If so, please join us on Thursday 23 August at 11h00 for our next webinar on the topic:

“Why mentorship projects fail and how to improve impact on small business mentees”

We secured three excellent panellists to share their extensive experience:

  • Nozizwe Jele from Enterpriseroom;
  • Emma Sexton from Business Activator; and
  • Ian McCloy from African Business Strategy.

This will not be a theoretical discussion – we’ll reflect on practical examples of where mentor support failed and what we can learn from these failures so that our impact as business support practitioners can improve.

Please note: Six attendees will win free access to EPI Mentor Circles to the value of R1,980-00 each.

This free webinar is brought to you as part of IBASA’s efforts to offer free Continuous Professional Education to our members and other business advisors.

Hope to see you on the webinar!
Best wishes

Joseph Tshiwilowilo

Nozizwe Jele has been involved in advisory services for over a decade. Lately she serves as Director of Enterpriseroom, where her focus is on implementation of enterprise development strategies for large organisations and assessment of the success of such interventions.
Emma Sexton is the programme designer at Business Activator (previously The Business Place Philippi), where for the past 5 years, she has designed and implemented Entrepreneur Development programmes, including mentoring and coaching initiatives. She is also a learning programme designer at EcoVentures International, focusing on online learning initiatives. Emma served for 8 years as Project Director at The Coaching Centre, and served as committee member at COMENSA (Coaches and Mentors of SA).
Ian McCloy is the founder of the African Entrepreneu-rship Academy and has nearly 20 years experience of supporting small businesses. Currently he works as business coach and trainer delivering the programme called “101 of Entrepreneurship in Africa”, helping entrepreneurs from across Africa to start new businesses or grow their business to the next level.