This event is FREE for CUES Unlimited and Unlimited+ Members
Session 1: How Modern Mentoring Works
Sessions 2: Finding the Right Mentor
Presenter: Randy Emelo, Founder, CoreConnection
Description: As a recent survey from Olivet Nazareth University points out, over 75% of people think that mentors are important for success, but only 37% have one. That so many believe that mentors are critical to success is not surprising. What is a bit of an eye-opener is that so few have a mentor.
Mentors provide the guidance, support, experience, and wisdom that is often the key ingredient for career success. Mentors are all around us and readily available. Often all we need is a better understanding of how mentoring works to be able to take those critical first steps in establishing effective mentoring relationships.
This course will demystify the mentoring process and provide the understanding and tools necessary to find your mentor.
The learning objectives for this course are designed to provide participants with the knowledge and skills needed to apply mentoring concepts and principles. After this course, participants will:
- Understand the benefits of mentoring relationships
- Understand the roles and responsibilities of mentees and mentors
- Understand the different types of mentoring relationships
- Understand the mentoring lifecycle
- Understand trust-building in mentoring relationships
- Assess your mentoring network
- Identify your mentoring aspirations
- Understand the attributes of a good mentor
- Understand how to establish a mentoring relationship
- Create a mentoring action plan
About the Presenter:
Randy Emelo is the founder of CoreConnection, a Denver-based company that designs leadership development and organizational improvement solutions. He is also the company’s Chief Strategist, focusing on the development and delivery of a broad array of training, and facilitation services that have the power to transform individual, team, and organizational performance.
Randy has more than 25 years of experience in management, training, and leadership development, and is a prolific author, speaker, and thought leader on topics related to collaboration, mentoring, innovation, and leadership development.
Randy has consulted over 70 of the fortune 500 on how to create more effective mentoring programs. Notable clients include McDonalds, FedEx, AT&T, Wells Fargo, Xerox, Sodexo, J&J, Humana, Novartis, Novo Nordisk, Corning, Baxter Healthcare, HP, Dow Chemical, US Air force, US Navy, GM, Chrysler, Nissan, Pepsi, Eli Lilly, and many more.
Randy holds a master’s degree in organizational design and effectiveness from Fielding Graduate University in Santa Barbara, CA. Randy’s book, Modern Mentoring, from ATD Press.