Saturday, May, 26, 2018 From 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
LOCATION Fremont, CA, USABuy Tickets
The TrainHR webinar is approved by HRCI and SHRM Recertification Provider.
This presentation will speak to the paradigm shift from traditional mentoring to effective or modern mentoring. The presentation will provide attendees with the fundamental skills that are required to become an effective mentor and how that will assist in the development of leaders for tomorrow. Organizations are struggling with a leadership talent shortage and countries are concerned that the youth may not be ready to lead their nation into the future. This interactive presentation will outline the skills that are required to develop our future leaders based on the "gift of mentoring".
Doug Lawrence is the founder of TalentC® a Human Resources solution provider focused on effective mentoring. Doug is an International Certified Mentor Practitioner (ICMP) and an International Certified Mentor Facilitator (ICMF). He has over 30 years of mentoring and leadership experience in federal, provincial and private sector environments and is recognized as a thought leader in the mentoring space. Doug authored the book entitled, “The Gift of Mentoring”.
Doug has worked with organizations to establish mentoring programs/mentoring cultures and provides one on one professional mentoring with people at all levels in an organization on an international basis. Doug currently serves on a number of Boards locally and internationally. Doug was instrumental in developing a curriculum to train people on how to become effective mentors. He has also created the International Certification for Mentors in partnership with Acquiros. TalentC’s® Accredited Mentor Training Program was recently recognized in the 2018 Leadership Excellence Awards and was ranked in the top 10% in the Top Leadership Partner category at the Awards ceremony in Salt Lake City, Utah.
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