TRADOC Mentoring Program
Welcome to the TRADOC Mentoring Program
We are thrilled to unveil the TRADOC Mentoring Program (TMP), meticulously crafted to foster a vibrant atmosphere of mentorship, personal development, knowledge exchange, and synergy throughout the TRADOC community. The TMP supports the TRADOC Civilian Implementation Plan (CIP) strategic priorities and objectives with a particular emphasis on Objective 5.4: “The Civilian Human Resources Directorate (CHRD) is dedicated to designing, executing, overseeing, and SUSTAINING a Command Mentorship Program.”
A team of innovative, adaptive, and diverse Civilian Human Resource professionals who provide exceptional service and support to meet the ever-changing challenges for TRADOC, the Army and the Department of Defense.
Participation in the Mentoring Program is strictly voluntary.
Enable mission success by providing Civilian Human Resource (CHR) support to TRADOC organizations. Deliver expert CHR consultation, leadership, and guidance throughout the career lifecycle of Army Civilian Professionals. Design, develop, and influence Command and Army-wide initiatives to recruit and sustain the civilian workforce.
TRADOC Mentoring Program Objectives
- Increase civilian professional engagement and job satisfaction.
- Expand cross-functional knowledge.
- Expand leadership, coaching, and interpersonal skills.
- Facilitate personal and professional growth.
- Leverage diversity and experience to provide learning and development opportunities.
- Empowers civilian professionals to find creative ways to accomplish career and learning goals.
- Establishes best practices.
- Fosters an inclusive, diverse and collaborative environment.
- Provides learning opportunities for high potential individuals.
- Instills a culture of respect and experience
- Promotes knowledge sharing across the organization
- Low cost, high impact professional development for mentor and mentee
- Supports knowledge transfer from formal programs to everyday work
- Guidance, support and encouragement.
- Safe environment to discuss challenges and explore ideas.
- Learning from experienced individual.
- Access to mentor’s network.
- Reinforces a sense of value and worth.
- Flexible form of skill development.
- Supports knowledge transfer from formal development program to everyday work.
- Giving and sharing your knowledge with someone else for their betterment.
- Learning about other parts of the organization.
- Developing mentoring and coaching skills.
- Gaining insights and learning from mentee