January 26, 2022
12:00 pm EST
Five Steps to Build a Successful Mentoring Program
Presented by Laura Lunsford, Ph.D.
This webinar draws from Lunsford’s recent book to present five steps to design and implement an effective mentoring program. Lunsford will share the key design decisions related to starting, running, assessing, and sharing successes.
Laura Gail Lunsford is an expert in mentoring and leadership. She has written over 50 peer-reviewed articles, case studies, and chapters on leadership and mentoring. The 2nd Edition of The mentor’s guide: Five steps to build a successful mentor program was recently published by Routledge. She co-edited the Sage Handbook of Mentoring, and co-authored Faculty Development in Liberal Arts Colleges. Lunsford is an assistant dean and professor of psychology at Campbell University, a beautiful liberal arts college in rural NC. She received the IMA’s Hope Dissertation Award and is an IMA board member. Laura enjoys her Japanese Zen garden, cycling, kayaking, and karate (and holds a black belt in Shoto kan) in addition to eating her husband’s cooking. A Rotarian, she also volunteers with the American Red Cross.