Date: Thursday, 25 May 2017
Time: 11am - 12pm (AEST time)
Where: Online - join via your computer!
Presenter: Melissa Richardson
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Topic: How to set up and run an effective Mentoring Program for your Members
Whether you are setting up a mentoring program or want to improve an existing program, you will walk away with plenty of insights. This live webcast will cover case studies, program best practices and the common pitfalls that association programs face including:
- The benefits and the business case for mentoring in associations.
- The 7 stages of starting a mentoring program.
- Common program pitfalls.
- How are others effectively running mentoring programs?
- Scaling your program for a large and dispersed audience.
Presenter: Melissa Richardson, Managing Director, Art of Mentoring
Melissa Richardson is the Managing Director and Founder of Art of Mentoring, the mentoring division of Horizons Unlimited, a coaching, mentoring and leadership development consultancy based in Australia and operating across Asia-Pacific and the United States. Art of Mentoring offers a range of products and services for design and implementation of effective organisational mentoring.
Melissa is one of Australia’s experts in coaching and mentoring, having worked in the field for nearly twenty years. Working with mentoring program managers, mentors and mentees at professional organisations, industry associations, corporates, government departments and universities, she has helped build some of Australia’s largest mentoring programs across a wide range of industries and professions including Human Resources, Law, Public Works, Engineering and Veterinary Science. While she is passionate about making a difference to peoples’ work lives, empowering them through mentoring to make the best of their career, Melissa also helps organisations to attract, engage, develop and retain their valued members or employees.
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