Tech Womens Program: Getting the Most from Mentoring
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Topic: Getting the Most from Mentoring
Mentoring relationships have long been considered a key element in any professional development plan. A mentor serves as a professional confidant with demonstrated expertise in a particular area, a sounding board for idea generation or proposal preparation, and a connection to an expanded network of professional resources. Learning from others is efficient development and an essential way to expand career opportunities. A great mentoring relationship is a 2-way partnership. As a protÉgÉ, you have a role in creating collaboration on both sides of the mentoring relationship. In this workshop, you will learn how to create a unique mentoring experience that encourages your participation and enhances your learning within the mentoring process. This panel discussion will explore best practices to establish, sustain and maximize your mentoring relationships.
• Shelli Hendricks, Executive Development Consultant for EMC Corporation
• Eileen Sullivan, Group Director, Cadence
• Joan Banich, Brand Identity Manager, Cisco
• Kim Wise, CEO, Mentor Resources
• Tanja Miller, Learning & Org Development, Genentech
Shelli Hendricks' bio:
Shelli Hendricks (Moderator) has over 10 years experience teaching, advising, coaching, mentoring, designing curriculum and developing leaders in both corporate and academic settings. Key programs and accomplishments include design of corporate self-managed mentoring programs, implementing organization and talent reviews, career coaching and curriculum evaluation. Ms. Hendricks' education includes a MS in Educational Technology from Nova Southeastern University, and a BA in Literature from San Francisco State University.
$10 for SDForum Members
$25 for Non-Members
$0 for Platinum Pass