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Mentorship Gone Bad: Why So Many Programs Fail

Wednesday, May 15, 2019 2:00pm - 3:00pm EDT  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Jennifer Labin, Chief Talent & Diversity Officer, MentorcliQ

Mentoring programs are an effective tool for talent development; yet, many senior leaders think formal mentoring doesn't work. It's not uncommon for mentoring programs to be thrown together with little planning and intention—resulting in highly visible disasters. In this webcast, Jenn Labin, chief talent and diversity officer for MentorcliQ, will share success stories, practical tips for setting up mentoring for success, and strategies for communicating mentorship-driven results.

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Jennifer Labin
Jennifer Labin

Chief Talent & Diversity Officer, MentorcliQ

Jenn Labin, Chief Talent & Diversity Officer at MentorcliQ has over 15 years of experience in talent development, training and design. Previously Jenn was the owner of TERP Associates which was recently acquired by MentorcliQ. Combining TERP's expertise with MentorcliQ's award-winning mentoring software to expand mentoring content, training and value for
customers. Jenn is the author of Mentoring Programs That Work, a unique approach to building scalable and sustainable mentoring programs. She is a regular presenter at the ATD International Conference, ATD chapters and MentorCom.


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