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By Ironstone   |   February 3, 2017

Webinar: A Useful Guide for the Mentor and Mentee

Categories: Mentoring, Succession Plan, Team Development

Mentors, how can you establish trust with mentees/successors and implement a practical arrangement that is mutually beneficial? Mentees, how do you identify and secure a mentor who will contribute in an effective way to your growth and development?

In our next complimentary Strategic Partner webinar, Connie DeIanni of Corepoint will present her value-packed 45-minute educational session, Optimizing the Mentee Experience – “You’re a Mentee…Now What!?”

Topics to be covered include:

• Traits of a Successful Mentee
• Managing the Mentoring Process
• The Art of Setting Goals
• The 6 Step Mentoring Process
• Real World Implementation

Webinar Details: Optimizing the Mentee Experience

• Thursday, February 16th 1-1:45PM EST
• No cost to participate
• Easy online registration

Don’t miss this complimentary opportunity to learn from Connie DeIanni. An experienced presenter, Connie provides engaging, dynamic and interactive presentations focused on mentoring, women’s leadership, career building, networking, professionalism and employee engagement.  These insightful presentations leave her audiences with best practices, tools to implement immediately and the creative energy to make changes in their own organizations.

By participating in this brief webinar, you’ll instantly gain practical tips that will boost your mentor or mentee experience right away!

Can’t make it? Register and we’ll send you a recording of the webinar afterwards!

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2 thoughts on “Webinar: A Useful Guide for the Mentor and Mentee

  1. Joseph Kuhns says:

    Connie,

    Thank you so much for a very insightful discussion on the rules, roles, and responsibilities of a Mentee. I’m an active mentor and I’m always looking for opportunities to be a mentee, you touched on some very good points and made me think of my own experiences as a mentee recalling where I had succeeded and also where I failed at times. I jotted down multiple notes that will help me be more intuitive as a mentor and especially a mentee. I also liked the Corepoint Essential Tools for Impactful Mentoring that you sent out, very well put together.

    Thanks again for sharing.

    Joseph Kuhns

    1. Ironstone says:

      Hi Joe,
      Thank you for your feedback. We are always looking for ways to improve the Mentee experience and value your thoughts and ideas.

      Warm regards

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