Finding and Working With a Mentor

Friday, March 31, 2017 12:00pm - 1:00pm EDT

Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Jennifer Labin, Chief Talent & Diversity Officer, MentorcliQ

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If you're like many professionals, you have heard that you need a mentor. But if your organization doesn't have a formal program, what can you do? If your organization does have a program, how can you make sure you're taking full advantage of the opportunity? Join us for this members-only Ask-a-Coach session with Jenn Labin, author of Mentoring Programs That Work, for an interactive discussion on mentoring from a mentee's point of view.

Topics that will be discussed include:

  • why it is valuable to have a mentor
  • best sources for finding a mentor
  • how to approach a potential mentor
  • the most effective ways to work with a mentor outside of a formal mentoring program
  • best practices for working with a mentor within a formal program.

Be sure to provide answers to the questions included during registration to give Jenn insight into your biggest challenges and issues with mentoring.



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Jennifer Labin
Jennifer Labin

Chief Talent & Diversity Officer, MentorcliQ

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.