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Vision & Mission

HHS Mentoring Program Vision

To build and sustain a culture that fosters meaningful partnerships among colleagues in order to promote continuous development, knowledge sharing, and personal satisfaction.

HHS Mentoring Program Mission

The HHS Mentoring Program provides a forum for employees and managers at all levels to "Partner for Excellence" in order to enhance their performance, achieve their professional goals, and fulfill the Department's mission.

The HHS Mentoring Program:

  1. Affords HHS employees the opportunity to share their knowledge, experience, insight and guidance to support the development of high-performing employees and future leaders.
  2. Provides mentees with the opportunity to gain broader perspectives about HHS, including its values, norms, expectations and culture.
  3. Empowers mentees to be more proactive in planning and achieving their professional goals; thereby enhancing their ability to make productive career decisions.
  4. Encourages employees to participate in the development of others through the sharing of their expertise and knowledge.
  5. Provides ongoing self-assessment and evaluation that will result in learning, performance improvement, and productivity.
  6. Assists in the recruitment and retention of a high-quality diverse workforce and ensures that HHS is an employer of choice for current and future employees.
  7. Encourages cross-departmental mentoring relationships in support of the ‘One HHS’ philosophy to engage all employees in sharing a common departmental mission.

Last revised: 2/7/2014

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