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Title:          The Mentor's Guide: Facilitating Effective Learning Relationships
Focus: Mentoring
Series: CareerSkills
Presenter:
Lois Zachary
Mentors are the rocket fuel of careers.  Your mentors will encourage you, push you and open your eyes to possiblities that you can not see!



The Mentor's Guide: Facilitating Effective Learning Relationships

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You and your colleagues are your organization’s most valuable asset. Every day at 5 pm your company’s greatest asset walks out the door. One way you can move yourself up the corporate ladder is by helping your organization develop a professional mentoring strategy that will give experienced staff an opportunity to bring newer employees along faster, with less cost, to increase retention and strengthen the culture.

Lois will share tips and best practices you can use to introduce a mentoring strategy to your firm. You’ll gain an understanding of:

  • Why it’s important to get upper management to support a mentoring culture
  • Simple techniques to identify mentoring configurations and points of connections
  • How to use technology to scale up mentoring and provide a repeatable and measurable process.

You’ll also learn how to develop a mentoring training program so your mentors are committed, confident, and on the same page!
Presenter: Lois Zachary
Lois J. Zachary is an internationally recognized expert on mentoring and has been cited as “one of the top 100 minds in leadership” today. You’ve likely seen mention of Dr. Zachary’s books, or read her quotes, in The New York Times, Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Inc. magazine, T&D, Leadership Excellence, The Chronicle of Higher Education, or other business and leadership news outlets.

Her first book on mentoring, The Mentor’s Guide, was published in 2000 and has since has become the primary resource for organizations interested in promoting mentoring for leadership and learning and for mentors seeking to deepen their mentoring practice. With her best-selling books Creating a Mentoring Culture (2005), The Mentee’s Guide (2009), the 2012 revision of The Mentor’s Guide, five new Mentoring Excellence Pocket Toolkits and more than 100 published articles, Dr. Zachary has created a comprehensive set of resources for promoting mentoring excellence for individuals and organizations.

Her most recently published book is Starting Strong: A Mentoring Fable, which she wrote with her colleague, Lory Fischler. In addition, Dr. Zachary has published My Mother Has the Finest Eyes, a collection of poetry and reflection.

Dr. Zachary is president of Leadership Development Services, LLC, a Phoenix-based consulting firm that specializes in leadership and mentoring, and director of its Center for Mentoring Excellence. Her innovative mentoring approaches and expertise in coaching leaders and their organizations in designing, implementing and evaluating learner-centered mentoring programs have been used globally by a wide array of clients, including Fortune 500 companies, government organizations, educational and other institutions — profit and nonprofit.

Dr. Zachary received her doctorate in adult and continuing education from Columbia University, Teachers College. She holds a Master of Arts degree from Columbia University and a Master of Science degree in education from Southern Illinois University.