March 29, 2021
7:00 pm EST
March 30, 2021
10:00 am AEDT
Enablers and Barriers for Effective Workplace Mentoring
in the 21st Century Context
Presented by Nelson Salangsang
Nelson will present the result of his realist review of workplace mentoring case studies around the world, which focused on identifying the enablers and barriers to workplace mentoring effectiveness. Nelson will also incorporate his personal story and leadership development journey as he reflects on how mentoring shaped him as a leader and as a person.
Nelson is an international development practitioner who has been delivering transformative education programs internationally for over 20 years. He has been Director of International Projects Unit since 2004 at Queensland University of Technology, specialising in designing and delivery of capacity building and training programs in a range of areas including governance, education, health, leadership, and organisational development. Nelson holds a BA in Development Studies and Masters in Leadership, through which he produced a research on workplace mentoring. Nelson strongly advocates for inclusion and diversity, and is passionate about the importance of mentoring practice in organisational and leadership development.
Using Books As Mentors to Accelerate Your Career
Presented by Avil Beckford
Some of the most highly accomplished individuals use books as mentors. And they have used the knowledge embedded in the pages of books to accelerate their careers or grow their businesses. But books are more than mentors to them, they are problem solving tools as well. Learn how these luminaries use books as mentors and problem solving tools to achieve their goals.
Avil Beckford, is the founder of The Invisible Mentor and MoreReads Leadership Development Program. She is also an expert interviewer, skilled writer, blogger, and published author. She created the MoreReads Program so professionals can get the skills they need to thrive. Avil teaches professionals how to read strategically and intelligently, so they can easily incorporate reading into their busy schedule