Creating a Mentoring Culture: What You Need to Know and Do

Wednesday, June 26, 2013 11:00am - 12:00pm EDT  
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Mentoring requires a culture to support its implementation and fully integrate it within your organization. It is more than simply a self-sustaining program. Dr. Lois Zachary, author of Creating a Mentoring Culture, says it enables an organization to enhance learning that takes place throughout the organization, leverage its energy, and maximize its time, effort, and resources.

This webcast is designed for those who are responsible for some or all aspects of designing, developing, or implementing mentoring programs. Dr. Zachary will walk you through how to create a vibrant mentoring culture, by creating a shared vision of organizational mentoring, assessing organizational readiness, and then designing appropriate mentoring opportunities. You will learn about the eight hallmarks of a mentoring culture and the specific processes you need to apply to support all of the mentoring that occurs in your organization.


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

Her first book on mentoring, The Mentor's Guide, was published in 2000 and has since 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 bestselling 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 Tool kits, and more than 100 published articles, Dr. Zachary has created a comprehensive set of resources for promoting mentoring excellence in individuals and organizations.