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Taking Your Mentoring Relationship to the Next Level

Wednesday, January 9, 2013 12:00pm - 1:00pm EST  
Host: Association for Talent Development
By: Lois Zachary, President, Leadership Development Services, LLC

The mentoring cycle includes four predictable phases critical to mentoring success. Each phase presents its own potential obstacles and challenges. This webcast offers proactive strategies and approaches to strengthen and enhance the mentee's learning and raise the level of satisfaction of both mentoring partners. Using models of current best practices, mentors are able to target critical areas for improvement (such as listening, feedback and conflict management) to build skills that enhance the mentee's learning.

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Lois Zachary
Lois Zachary

President, Leadership Development Services, LLC

Lois J. Zachary is an internationally recognized expert on mentoring and has been cited as "one of the top 100 minds in leadership" today. You've likely seen mention of Dr. Zachary's books, or read her quotes, in The New York Times, Forbes, The Wall Street Journal, Financial Times, Inc. magazine, T&D, Leadership Excellence, The Chronicle of Higher Education, or other business and leadership news outlets.

Her first book on mentoring, The Mentor's Guide, was published in 2000 and has since has become the primary resource for organizations interested in promoting mentoring for leadership and learning and for mentors seeking to deepen their mentoring practice. With her best-selling books Creating a Mentoring Culture (2005) and The Mentee's Guide (2009), and the 2012 revision of The Mentor's Guide, five new Mentoring Excellence Pocket Toolkits, and over 100 published articles, Dr. Zachary has created a comprehensive set of resources for promoting mentoring excellence for individuals and organizations.


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