One Goal, Six-Month Connection
Mentoring+ provides mentees and mentors the opportunity to build a lasting connection over six months. As a mentee, you get focused 1:1 support with a development goal of your choice. As a mentor, you get the opportunity to expand your network, learn more about the business and give back to your ViacomCBS colleagues. Everyone benefits from meeting new people in the organization.
Why might I join Mentoring+?
Leadership: Support in developing your ability to drive engagement, inclusion and performance.
Commercial: Support in building wider business knowledge
Personal Branding: Support in building relationships & bringing your whole self to work
Well-Being: Support in overall engagement, ability to manage stress,
and navigating work-life balance
Participation Eligibility: Mentoring+ is open to ViacomCBS full-time and part-time staff employees, including union employees*.
Contractors, PBEs, Interns, Third Party Payroll (Production Partners) are not eligible to participate.
For additional ViacomCBS mentoring opportunities,
check out the Pop-Up Mentoring & The Buddy Program which is open year round!
*Mentoring+ is a voluntary, opt-in program that provides participants with a flexible development opportunity. Time spent participating in this optional program, as well as an employee’s overall participation, should be discussed with their manager.
ViacomCBS reserves the right to modify the program and participation eligibility as needed.
If you are a Union employee and have questions about participation, please reach out to ViacomCBSmentoring@viacom.com.
Why Become a Mentor?
- DEVELOP feedback and critical thinking skills
- GROW your network within the organization
- ADVANCE your leadership skills
- GAIN better understanding of the organization
Why Become a Mentee?
- GROW professional networks
- LEARN to navigate workplace challenges
- DEVELOP new skills
- EXPLORE new insights & perspectives
One of the greatest values of mentors is the ability to see ahead what others cannot see and to help them navigate a course to their destination. - John C. Maxwell