Collective Changes is leading the next generation of global technology in mentoring. We provide a virtual global women's business mentoring program that matches mentees working in small businesses, social enterprises and entrepreneurial ventures with leadership mentors in the small business, nonprofit and corporate world. With the help of Chronus, Collective Changes is revolutionizing the mentor / mentee relationship by providing the tools, networks and expertise to help women entrepreneurs succeed in business and become positive role models and leaders in their respective fields.

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Mentees start as learners – and soon become interns and then become mentors and leaders themselves. This builds a solid businesswomen's network. Learn how you can become a mentee.

Foundations & Corporate Partners that support women's leadership help create jobs and drive economic development. Learn how your company can meet its corporate social responsibility goals by mentoring its female employees for senior leadership positions or by helping nascent entrepreneurs, the company's future clients.

Be part of the solution. Build your business, leadership and communications skills when you join our global, business mentoring program and become a mentor.

Have questions? Please read our Frequently Asked Question about becoming a mentee, mentor or corporate partner.

Mentees Learn, Grow and Succeed. Some become mentors
Joelle Pfeiffer and Dr. John Carter of the Gestalt OSD Center, one of my greatest mentors.

Joelle and Dr. John Carter of the Gestalt OSD Center, one of my greatest mentors.

I’m grateful to my mentors; they helped shape me into the person I am today. ~Joelle Pfeiffer

Throughout my life, I credit much of my success to the teachers, college professors, and coaches who recognized my potential and mentored me. They generously provided the structure, guidance and support necessary for me to reach major milestones and achieve success in my personal and professional life.

So, why should you seek a mentor? It’s plain and simple: most of us don’t see our own weaknesses. The mentor helps illuminate blind spots and provides insight on how your actions are holding you back from advancing or reaching your destination. Read the story here.

Training and Development

Our “Women as Political Leaders” workshop, hosted by the World Affairs Council's International Visitor Program in Seattle, welcomed five South Asian women leaders to the U.S. This event taught them how to create a custom mentoring program that teaches women job skills and self-esteem at home. Read more.

Pakistani Leader Gul Lalai ‘What I’ve Learned: Gender Equality is an OngoingThe meetings boosted my confidence and enthusiasm for making change in the world. Women's empowerment is an ongoing process rather than a goal. ~ Gul Lalai, Pakistani Leader Read more.ow an Afghanistan HR Leader Uses Skills from Our Mentoring and Leadership
The workshop stressed the importance of listening, offering encouragement, and talking with more confidence.I would like to revamp society and end women's battles to gain freedom and other basic human rights.~ Zarghoona Aslami, Afghanistan HR Leader Read more.

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Pakistani Leader Gul Lalai ‘What I’ve Learned: Gender Equality is an Ongoing Gail and Madeleine both share similar sentiments - Madame Secretary once said "There is a special place in hell for a woman who doesn't help her sister" and Gail often quotes her. Before lunch at the Sheraton Gail and Madeleine shared the quip and a laugh. Both sadly admitted the issue still exists. Romero said that in her estimation more women would be in the leadership pipeline if women were better equipped to think of their "sisters" as colleagues rather than competitors.

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Entrepreneurial women are making significant contributions to innovation, competition, and job creation while strengthening the local and world economy. In the U.S., women own over 10.1 million firms compared to 8.6 million in 2013. They employ over 13 million people and generate $1.9 trillion in sales (National Association of Women Business Owners, 2014). View facts about women entrepreneurs.

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