Most of us reach out to colleagues or friends for technical or other professional guidance. The frequency with which we seek guidance varies depending on the relationship, our need, and their expertise. But overall, most of us do this because such dialogue helps us fortify relationships, stimulate ideas, gain perspective, discover new information, and learn how and where to find answers.
FTL has established several avenues to seek formal mentoring from peers and leaders. Participating in a formal mentoring program benefits the mentor and mentee by building strong professional networks while shaping current and future leaders in our field. FTL membership is not required to participate in this program.
FTL will match mentees with one or more mentors based on the mentee’s needs, the mentor’s competency, and both party’s availability.
Interested in being mentored? Apply here.
Interested in being a mentor? Apply here.
Looking for a less formal mentoring process? Want to hear what questions your peers might have regarding career development or specific tax matters. Join our monthly breakfast or quarterly happy hours with current Tax leaders.
For more information on Group Mentoring or to register for an event, contact Info@FutureTaxLeaders.org.
Subject Matter Mentoring
If you have a question that relates to a specific subject matter but would like to learn how to answer the question in the future, reach out to one of our volunteer Subject Matter Experts who will walk you through how to answer the question.
Submit a question that we’ll extend to one of our Subject Matter Experts for an answer.
Mentoring Services Offered by Other Organizations:
TaxTalent’s Tax Mentor Program
TaxTalent believes that an important part of career development is the mentoring process. We have developed an efficient, “on demand” mentoring system for two primary reasons:
- We want to ensure that the knowledge of senior tax professionals is passed on to the next generation.
- We know that the most successful tax professionals attribute their success to short and long-term mentor relationships they’ve had throughout their career. (Read more)