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The Art of Best Practice Mentoring Webinar Series

 

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Art of Mentoring has partnered with AHRI to provide AHRI members with access to The Art of Best Practice Mentoring Webinar Series at no cost. AHRI members who register for these webinars can claim the points for their CPD requirements.

This dedicated webinar series brings together an array of guest speakers including mentoring heavy-weight, Professor David Clutterbuck to share their mentoring knowledge and experiences. In our series this year, we will focus on many industry-specific topics to allow for deeper discussion into best practice mentoring in the fields that matter to you most. The webinars will be 45 minutes in duration and will provide for Q&A.

If you are interested in leading-edge mentoring programs that are effective and provide a real return-on-investment, then don't miss this opportunity to learn from local and global experts.

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Upcoming webinars

Mentoring emerging leaders

Hosted by Art of Mentoring

Date and time:

  • Tuesday 5 February 2019, 11am AEST (45 mins incl Q&A)

Key speakers:

  • Melissa Richardson, Co-founder and Managing Director of Art of Mentoring
  • Professor David Clutterbuck, Co-founder of the European Mentoring & Coaching Council

You will learn:

  • key concepts and distinctions required to foster emerging leaders
  • how to identify and mentor high potential talent into leadership roles
  • how to tailor a mentoring program to develop emerging leaders

Register now

 

Mentoring in healthcare

Hosted by Art of Mentoring 

Date and time:
  • Thursday 4 April 2019, 11am AEST (45 mins incl Q&A)
Key speakers:
  • Melissa Richardson, Co-founder and Managing Director of Art of Mentoring
  • Joanne Morfoot, Executive Director of Australian Centre for Healthcare Governance
  • Gina Meibusch, Client Success Manager at Art of Mentoring
You will learn:
  • From a literature review into mentoring in the healthcare industry – taking clinicians to leaders
  • From an active mentoring program in ACHG why they implemented, the successes and the challenges
  • The benefits to an organisational culture that supports mentoring
  • How to reduce isolation, bullying and mental health issues in the workplace

 

Mentoring women under the spotlight

Hosted by Art of Mentoring 

Date and time: 
  • Wednesday 5 June 2019, 11am AEST (45 mins incl Q&A)
Key Speakers:
  • Melissa Richardson, Co-founder and Managing Director of Art of Mentoring
  • Cathy Burke, International Speaker, Author and Global Vice President of The Hunger Project  
 You will learn:
  • About Cathy’s journey into the classroom of Unlikely Leaders and of the courage, boldness and vision of women
  • From a case study on a women’s mentoring program including the unique experiences and challenges, the personal and broader-based outcomes and of the learnings from individual mentors and mentees
  • The latest on women’s needs and challenges in the workplace
  • How the benefits could be translated into your workplace for cultural change

 

Mentoring in IT

Hosted by Art of Mentoring 

Date and time:

  • Wednesday 30 July 2019, 11am AEST (45 mins incl Q&A)

Key speakers:

  • Alex Richardson, Co-founder and Sales & Marketing Director of Art of Mentoring  
  • Nick Warne, Chief Operating Officer of Art of Mentoring  
  • Chris Walsh, Former Head of Managed Services at Qantas

You will learn:

  • From a temperature check on the IT landscape and its people
  • How Qantas took an entrenched, stagnant culture and brought it to life through mentoring
  • How mentoring can be maximised across the industry for collaborative growth – from freelancer to large scale organisational structure
  • The benefits to the wellbeing of mentors and mentees

 

Mentoring graduates

Hosted by Art of Mentoring

Date and time:
  • Thursday 5 September 2019, 4pm AEST (45 mins incl Q&A)
Key speakers:
  • Melissa Richardson, Co-founder and Managing Director of Art of Mentoring
  • Professor David Clutterbuck, Co-founder of the European Mentoring & Coaching Council 
You will learn: 
  • How mentoring helps to recruit and retain the best talent
  • The current trends, needs and desires of graduates entering the workforce
  • How developmental mentoring is a key ally in attracting the right graduates
  • Key tools to mentoring at a graduate level from matching to mentor training

 

Mystery webinar: New research

Hosted by Art of Mentoring

Date and time: 
  • Tuesday 22 October 2019, 11am AEST (45 mins incl Q&A)
Key speakers:
  • Melissa Richardson, Co-founder and Managing Director of Art of Mentoring
You will learn:
  • It’s a secret for now... but think old vs new! 
  • It’s sure to be informative, definitely interesting and we’ve no doubt you will leave armed with tips and tools you never knew you needed
  • Research to be launched at AHRI National Convention and Exhibition 2019

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