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Mentoring: The Quest and the Legacy

Mentoring is thought of usually from the perspective of youth development programs such as Big Brothers Big Sisters. Mentoring goes far beyond that and carries over into the business world. Mentoring revolves around maximizing potential, empowering people and positioning individuals to achieve even greater success. The need is immediate for senior managers to begin planning and developing talent pools for the future. In addition to workforce planning, succession planning and strategic management, mentoring provides a very personal way for organizations to prepare for the future. This session focuses on both sides of mentoring: being a mentor and a protégé.

  • The Purpose of Mentoring
  • A Shared Quest
  • Collaborative Partnerships
  • Open Dialogue
  • Mutual Worth
  • Beginning the Relationship
  • Growing the Relationship
  • When Things Go Wrong
  • Ending the Relationship
  • Mentoring and Diversity

This eight-hour program is targeted for mentors and protégés.

We can tailor this program and deliver it on-site for your employees and leaders.

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Amy Shannon Amy Shannon

Amy B. Shannon has specialized in Organizational Development, Human Resources and Training for over 19 years. Shannon is an Organizational Development consultant working with clients in manufacturing, service, financial and healthcare industries.

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