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Mentoring Programs That Work: How the AXLES Model Can Revolutionize Your Mentoring Program

Monday, March 13, 2017 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Jenn Labin, Principal Partner, TERP Associates

There are many ineffective mentoring programs that require large investments of time and money, without creating positive impact. These programs are not set up for success because talent development practitioners don’t have a tried-and-true process for developing sustainable, scalable, and effective mentoring programs—until now.

This webcast will share practical steps to building a mentoring program based on the industry’s only model for developing mentoring programs. You will learn how to create and maintain a world-class mentoring program that produces strategic results. Register now to discover how the AXLES model can revolutionize your mentoring program!
 

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Jenn Labin
Jenn Labin

Principal Partner, TERP Associates

Jenn Labin is the owner of TERP Associates, a team that seeks to grow talent and ignite potential. For 15 years, Jenn has had success working with a wide spectrum of organizations, including large private sector businesses, government and military operations, and higher education institutions.

Jenn is the author of Real World Training Design, a visual quick guide for creating exceptional results within tight budgets and timelines. Her second book, Mentoring Programs That Work, will be published in February. She co-authored a chapter in the ASTD Handbook, 2nd edition, and has been published in the Pfeiffer Annual: Consulting journal. Her work can also be found in 101 Ways to Make Training Active, How to Write Terrific Training Materials, and the ASTD Trainer’s Toolkit app. In addition to her writing and consulting work, Jenn facilitates a number of ATD workshops, including Essentials of Developing a Mentoring Program, Essentials of Learning Design Methodologies, and the Project Management for Learning Professionals Certificate. Jenn has a BA in digital art and an MA in instructional systems design from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
 


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