Nurturing diverse and inclusive leadership in Singapore
Mentees attending the launch event for the 2023 MentorConnect mentorship programme
Dell Technologies Singapore has launched the 2023 edition of MentorConnect, a cross-company, women-focused mentorship programme that brings together a select group of customers and partners who are committed to diverse leadership.
Led by Dell Technologies, the programme seeks to promote diverse leadership development via networking and company-to-company best practice exchange. It aims to help mentees develop hard and soft skills necessary for their next career stage in leadership.
Over the last three years, the programme has grown to involve nearly 50 mentors from 11 companies, benefitting 276 high performing women mentees to date. Now in its fourth year, the MentorConnect 2023 cohort will see participation from 29 mentors, 150 mentees and 13 companies.
These include participating mentors and mentees from Aon, DBS, DXC Technology, Equinix, Google Cloud, the Infocomm Media Development Authority of Singapore (IMDA), J.P. Morgan, NTT Singapore, Prudential, Salesforce, Singapore Council of Women’s Organisation (SCWO) and ST Engineering.
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Andy Sim, Vice President and Managing Director, Singapore, Dell Technologies, said, “Dell Technologies strives to create an inclusive corporate culture that drives meaningful work and impact for all our team members.”
“With Dell at the helm of the MentorConnect programme, we are working with industry partners to strengthen female representation in the tech sector. Our employees, together with other participating mentors, have the opportunity to do their part in preparing high performing women mentees to take on leadership roles.”