CIPS SASKATCHEWAN presents….

Regina Luncheon

Presenter:  Doug Lawrence

Date:  Thursday, February 25, 2016 at 11:30 AM – 1:15PM

Venue:  Delta Regina 1919 Saskatchewan Dr.

Register at:  http://www.cips.ca/EventRegistration#id=121&cid=834&wid=801

Space is Limited so Register Soon!    Registration Closes: Feb 22nd at noon

Cancellation Policy: No Refunds. Credit note available

For questions send an email to Saskatchewan@cips.ca

 

MENTORING – WHY BOTHER?

This interactive presentation will look at what is mentoring and how it can be applied in the workplace for personal and professional development. We will explore the role of the mentor, the characteristics of an effective mentor and the importance of building trusted relationships and effective communication.

We will speak to how mentoring can work in various workplace situations including professional associations. Organizations on a global basis are recognizing the business value for mentoring. In a study that was done by MSNBC a while ago of a number of interns – 85% of the respondents stated that they wanted to be mentored –not coached or managed. Explore the possibilities of how you can grow personally and professionally by attending this luncheon.

Doug Lawrence Bio:

Doug Lawrence is the founder of TalentC® a Human Resources solution provider focused on effective mentoring. 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 has worked with organizations to establish mentoring programs and mentoring cultures. 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 by HR.com in the 2015 Leadership 500 Excellence Awards and was ranked 3rd in the International Leadership Partner and Provider category.

Doug’s passion is contagious. He is committed to helping organizations and people be successful and has dedicated his life to the mentoring of others.

For questions send an email to Saskatchewan@cips.ca

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Event: Mentoring – Why Bother? (February 25th, 2016)

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