Halifax-based Tribe Network, a group that offers support and training to Black-owned companies, is inviting Black entrepreneurs to join workshops that aim to improve both sides of the mentorship experience and boost diversity in mentorship.

Tribe is working with mentorship group Mindframe Connect, on two sessions that will be held this Thursday, March 2, with Principles of Menteeship being offered at 3 p.m. and Inclusive Mentorship at 6:30 p.m.

The Principles of Menteeship session is designed to upskill mentees in the innovation and entrepreneurship ecosystem, organizers said in a statement. This virtual workshop will review leading research in menteeship best practices and offer real-world examples of mentors working with entrepreneurs.

Inclusive Mentorship is both a virtual and in-person event (at the Collider Room in the Killam Memorial Library at Dalhousie University). It will discuss the foundations for building an inclusive mentorship relationship and the current state of the Canadian ecosystem as it relates to equity, diversity and inclusion and recommendations for improving it.

Register for Principles of Menteeship here.

Register for Inclusive Mentorship here.