The Threesticks team are fortunate to be surrounded by people who have helped shaped us as professionals and as people. They have encouraged us to be better, to work smarter (not always harder), to experiment (and fail), to do what is right (and not always popular), to challenge the norm and just to be all around good humans.
We want to pay it forward! And this is why Threesticks offers a mentoring program for new graduates, for those entering the world of compensation or for those who just want to chat about their ideas, their careers and their lives.
Rhea Mercado is our current mentor and we hope to add more mentors to the program.
The 12-Session Program
For 2021, we have taken on four mentees. The cost to theses mentees is a cup of hot chocolate and a double scoop of ice-cream for our time. In return, we ask for 12 hours of the mentee’s time to participate in the program.
We also hope that as our mentees progress through their lives and careers, pay it forward and choose to mentor others.
To support our allied health community, if you are a student, new grad or new to occ rehab and compo (under 2 years), please contact us as we have put some time aside just for you!
If you are not a part of our 12-session program for 2021 and are not student, new grad or new to occ rehab and compo, you can purchase individual mentoring sessions by clicking here. All sessions are for 1.5 hours and are run by Rhea Mercado. Have a read at our mentoring specialties below.
Our mentoring specialities
- Supporting you through a career in occupational rehabilitation / compensation schemes
- How to keep your passion and to thrive in the world of compensation
- Keeping the humanity in your work
- How to practice a simple, common-sense and caring approach to occupational rehabilitation
- Help you improve your knowledge of the workers compensation scheme
- Self-care, well-being and maintaining a work/life balance to keep the joy at work and at home
- Brainstorming and working through challenges in your career
About the Program
The Threesticks Mentoring Program runs for 12 hours. The frequency and duration of sessions will vary depending on the mentee’s goals, needs and upon the agreement made between the mentor and the mentee.
The mentee will be required to keep a Record of Mentorship to document each session, reflect upon the sessions and complete any “homework” in preparation for the following session.
The program is generally guided by the mentee as it is focused on their goals and what they hope to achieve from the sessions.