Oct 19, 2021
12:00 PM - 01:00 PM (America/New_York)
"The Missing Slide"
This month we will be discussing the idea behind “The Missing Slide” in an entrepreneur’s slide deck and the sustainability impact of disruptors. The topic came up when Sab Kanaujia (co-chair of TiE mentoring) was on a car ride back from a TiE Boston event with other members of the TiE NY Board.
Everyone in the car immediately understood the “missing slide” concept and a lively discussion ensued. Here is Sab's original post from 2016 on the concept of "The Missing Slide", a phrase he coined to promote the social responsibility of the disruptors (tech entrepreneurs) in taking care of the disrupted.
All mentees and mentors as well as the entire TiE NY community are invited to attend. Please go to our website ny.tie.org to register under the upcoming events heading. It’s completely free to attend.
About the Mentor Program
Our mentoring program provides one-on-one guidance to budding entrepreneurs by assessing their needs and matching them with TiE Charter Members who are seasoned entrepreneurs, executives, and functional experts across different industries. Whether you are looking to jump into entrepreneurship as a recent college graduate or a mid-level corporate professional, or are in the middle of your startup journey and need help to take your startup to the next level, our highly committed Charter Members are available to provide you with the necessary guidance. Mentees can benefit from "Flash Mentoring," where they meet an assigned mentor for some one-time advice mentees need in a particular area, or from "Ongoing Mentoring," where mentees meet on a regular basis to get guidance on a wide range of topics from their assigned mentors.
The Mentoring Program is absolutely free and is available to all TiE NY Members.
How Does The TiE NY Mentoring Program Works?
Our Mentoring Program is driven by Mentees. They work with the TiE Mentoring Committee to explain their requirements, identify their Mentors, coordinate with their assigned Mentors to schedule their one-time or ongoing meetings and keep the Committee up-to-date on their evolving needs and any required changes they wish to make on their mentoring arrangement.
In order to get started, we suggest the following steps to new Mentees:
1) Attend our monthly mentoring event that is typically held every third Tuesday of the month.
2) Use the event to learn more about our Mentoring program and network/socialize with various TiE NY Charter & Board Members, other Mentees, and the broader TiE NY community.
3) At the event, explain to our Mentoring Committee members about your needs, and identify and meet, if possible, a potential Mentor available in attendance during the event.
3) If you did not meet any potential Mentor who is a fit for your needs during the event, our Mentoring Committee will identify someone from our broader Charter Member community and introduce you to that Mentor.
4) Coordinate directly with the Mentor to schedule your mentoring meetings.
5) Keep the Mentoring Committee updated about your ongoing mentoring with your assigned Mentor.
6) If and when you need to change your mentor for whatever reason, please inform the Mentoring Committee and you will be assigned a new Mentor.
7) Attend our monthly Mentoring events, which provide you valuable learning opportunities from expert speakers on various topics and other fellow entrepreneurs and mentees. Topics covered in past events include: How to Best Benefit from Mentoring, Finding the Product-Market Fit, Legal Issues Facing Entrepreneurs, etc.
If you are interested in becoming a mentee or mentor please register to attend the next event so we can get to know you and fill out the appropriate mentor or mentee intake form for us here.
About our Mentors
Our mentors have committed volunteers whose primary goal is giving back to the community. They also realize that the mentoring process can help them maybe as much as it helps the mentees they are advising. These volunteers are seasoned entrepreneurs, executives, and functional experts across different industries. They have agreed to volunteer up to four hours per month of their time in order to help budding entrepreneurs within the TiE NY community.