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Want Me to Train You to Run an Awesome Mentoring Initiative?
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Scam Email received December 2, 2020 from julie@twomentor.com

julie@twomentor.com
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Want Me to Train You to Run an Awesome Mentoring Initiative?

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Want Me to Train You to Run an Awesome Mentoring Initiative?


Want Me to Train You to Run an Awesome Mentoring Initiative? – julie@twomentor.com


How about I personally train your L & D, HR or D & I team(s) to run a fabulous and sustainable IN-HOUSE mentoring program this coming year with significant resources and support? See our awesome client list and testimonials at www.twomentor.comHere is a draft outline I would like to explore with you (and of course, we can run the whole initiative and/or flash mentoring as discussed. That&s our main practice) IN-HOUSE MENTORING- TRAIN TRAINER OPPORTUNITY Updated on December 1, 2020 We will train you and your team And license our curriculum I. Session One- The Why Your desired program model 6 month 9 month Mentorship Sponsorship Flash Mentoring II. Session Two Standing up a mentor training Standing up a mentee training The Role of the Mentor Action Guide III. Session Three Using Flash Mentoring to Recruit, Stand Alone or Boost Your Mentoring Program IV. Session Four Now You Try. Mentor Training and Flash Mentoring V. Session Five Matching for Success VI. Session Six The Big Picture Process Binder and Program Evaluation – a certificate of completion Cost for Train the Trainer Program $10,000 PP (or 5 Trainers for $40,000). Cost for Training 2 Execs, Process Binder and Licensing all Course Materials for One Year $42,000 includes 6 months of coaching support in year one– I will be your success partner for you and your team. Materials include: 1] Mentor Training Deck 2] Mentee Training Deck 3] Application (Paper and Google Form) 4] Flash Mentoring (You Pick Three of Our 1-Hour Models– Sponsorship Session) 5] Mentor Action Guide 6] Process Binder (Shipped by Mail) 7] Monthly HTML Updates Cost for Training 2 Execs, Process Binder and Licensing all Course Materials for Five Years $60,000 includes 6 months of coaching support in year one We will be your success partner for you and your team. You may unsubscribeto stop receiving our emails.It&s super easy to schedule a call, a coffee chat with me: *30 Minute Coffee Chat Call:* *https://cal.mixmax.com/juliekantor/letshavecoffeechat *Julie Kantor CEO Twomentor – Your Managed Mentoring Solution & OTG Advisors – Sourcing Life-Saving Personal Protection Equipment [image: juliekantor-01.png]On Fri, Nov 27, 2020 at 3:23 PM Julie Kantor wrote: > Hot off the press > > BRAND NEW Do you want to run a fabulous and sustainable mentoring > program? > We will train you and your team > And license our curriculum > Session One- The Why > Your desired program model > 6 month > 9 month > Mentorship > Sponsorship > Flash Mentoring > > Session Two > Standing up a mentor training > Standing up a mentee training > The Role of the Mentor Action Guide > > Session Three > Using Flash Mentoring to Recruit, Stand Alone or Boost Your Mentoring > Program > > Session Four > Now You Try. Mentor Training and Flash Mentoring > > Session Five > Matching for Success > > Session Six > The Big Picture Process Binder and Program Evaluation – a certificate of > completion > > Cost for Train the Trainer Program $10,000 PP (or 5 Trainers for $40,000) > Cost for Training, Process Binder and Licensing all Course Materials for > One Year $40,000 includes 6 months of coaching support in year one > > Cost for Training and Licensing all Course Materials for Five Years > $60,000 includes 6 months of coaching support in year one > > > > *——* > *NEW: Ask me about On the Ground Advisors (our PPE efforts and EU Medical > 1 Device that sanitizes the air 24/7)* > > *To Schedule a Call with Julie (It&s Very Easy): * > > *30 Minute Coffee Chat Call:* > https://cal.mixmax.com/juliekantor/30mincall > > > Julie Kantor > > President & CEO > Twomentor, LLC > > > OTG Advisors > Co-Founder and CEO > > Ask Me About Our Ready, Set, Launch And Mentoring-In-a-Box Managed > Mentoring Services > > Cell: 202 431-5016 > Linkedin: www.linkedin.com/in/juliekantor > > > > > > > > On Nov 23, 2020, at 4:20 PM, BIEHLE, PATTI wrote: > > > > *Sorry for the delay! * > *patti biehle* > schnuck markets, inc. | manager, talent development > 11420 lackland road, st. louis, mo 63146 > o (314) 994-4282 > c (636) 222-3139 > > > – Forwarded message > From: QuickBooks Payments > Date: Mon, Nov 23, 2020 at 12:19 PM > Subject: Payment confirmation: Invoice 1043 (Twomentor, LLC) > To: > > > [image: Intuit QuickBooks] > Payment receipt View invoice: 1043 > > *You paid $17,500.00* > to Twomentor, LLC on November 23, 2020 > Payment details > Invoice 1043 > Invoice Amount $17,500.00 > Total $17,500.00 > Payment method Visa > Authorization ID PH0062944900 > Thank you > > Twomentor, LLC > 2024315016 > julie@twomentor.com > 370 W Camino Gardens Blvd #100 Boca Raton US FL 33432 > > This message was sent to julie@twomentor.com, as an Intuit customer, > consistent with your email preferences. If you have chosen not to receive > marketing messages, you will continue to receive business communications > about your selected Intuit product(s), which may either affect your service > or software, your account, or which may be legally required. If you receive > a suspicious email, please report it by forwarding the email to > spoof@intuit.com. > Security > > | Privacy statement > > | Terms of Service > > © 2020 Intuit Inc., All rights reserved. Trademarks. > > 2800 E. Commerce Center Place, Tucson, AZ 85706 > [image: Intuit – Powering prosperity] > > julie@twomentor.com

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