What Is a Mentee?
A mentee is someone seeking specific counsel on desired consultation topics from a volunteer leader or colleague who provides help, guidance and support. This type of relationship is usually a mutual agreement in which the mentee is guided by the mentor in order to advance in their professional career
Don’t go it alone when you don’t have to.
As a member of Canada’s only national trade association for franchising, you belong to a community of franchise professionals who are committed to promoting excellence and best practices across the industry.
Inspired by our members’ request for more professional development and educational programs, CFA has developed Zor-2-Zor: Franchise Coach in Your Corner, a program specifically to help small-to-mid-size franchisors by pairing them with mature and established CFA members who can provide mentoring, guidance and support.
Whether you’ve just started franchising or are in the early stages of growth, Zor-2-Zor is your exclusive opportunity to find out what the most successful franchisors are doing – straight from the source! Benefit from the collective knowledge and experience of CFA’s membership, learn from their mistakes and successes and get your franchise expansion plans off to a strong start. Sign up as a mentee today!
Mentee placements are open to CFA members entering their second consecutive year of membership or who have joined on the two-year introductory membership bundle. Mentees will be accepted on a first come, first serve basis determined by mentor availability. As all mentor roles are volunteer based, mentees may be placed on a waiting list until an appropriate mentor is available.
Each mentee will be paired with a mentor from their own region based on the mentee’s self-identified concerns and challenges, taking into consideration the mentor’s self-identified areas and industries of expertise. Mentees will not be paired with a mentor from a competing system. This is a limited program.
Each franchise system is restricted to one mentor-mentee consulting partnership per year. Mentees will be paired with a mentor for one year long term. Over the course of the year, the mentor will provide 12-15 hours of consulting/counsel via telephone and email. In-person meetings may be arranged at the discretion of the mentor.