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CMI Mentoring Excellence Global Webinar Series

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Art of Mentoring has partnered with AHRI to provide AHRI members with access to the CMI Mentoring Excellence Global Webinar Series at no cost. AHRI members who register for these webinars can claim the points for their CPD requirements.

This unique webinar series brings together Professor David Clutterbuck with some of the world’s leading mentoring practitioners and researchers to share their mentoring knowledge and experience. In each webinar, David and his guest will explore an aspect of mentoring excellence, providing a global perspective on good practice in modern mentoring and mentoring programs. The webinars will be 30-45 minutes in duration and in English.

If you are interested in leading-edge mentoring programs that are effective and provide a real return-on-investment, then don't miss this opportunity to learn from international experts.

TOPIC: Mentoring executives

Dates and times:

  • 16 January 2018, 7pm (AEDT)
  • 17 January 2018, 5am (AEDT)

Hosted by David and Kirsten M. Poulsen

Mentoring is a key element of leadership succession planning and becoming even more so as succession planning and talent management have to become more flexible. In smaller businesses, externally-resourced mentoring for leaders is one of the fastest growing applications of mentoring. In this webinar, we review previous and current good practice and research. In particular, we will cover:

  • Key concepts and models
  • The special requirements of executive mentoring, compared with mentoring in general
  • Managing politics
  • Integration of mentoring with leadership talent management

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TOPIC: Measuring mentoring

Dates and times:

  • 21 March 2018, 7pm (AEDT)
  • 22 March 2018, 2am (AEDT)

Hosted by David and George Quek

How do you know if your mentoring program is delivering the results and value it should? Well-designed and well-managed mentoring programs consistently deliver positive outcomes for 90% and more of mentors and mentees. Effective measurement supports the quality of mentoring relationships (because it stimulates mentors and mentees to reflect upon and review how they work together), allows program managers to intervene at an early stage when relationships are not working, and supports continuous improvement. In this webinar, we explore what to measure and when, with examples of good practice.

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TOPIC: Designing mentoring programs that deliver real results

Dates and times:

  • 22 May 2018, 5pm (AEST)
  • 23 May 2018, 3am (AEST)

Hosted by David and Lis Merrick

The International Standards for Mentoring and Coaching Programs are the global benchmark for mentoring. In this webinar, we work with the various elements of the standards to bring you examples of good practice from around the world. We also explore some of the key challenges involved in programme design, communications, selection and matching, training, post-training support, measurement, quality management and more.

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TOPIC: Making the business case for a mentoring program

Dates and times:

  • 5 July 2018, 5pm (AEST)
  • 6 July 2018, 3am (AEST)

Hosted by David and Angelos Derlopas

How does mentoring deliver value for the mentee, the mentor, the organisation and for other key stakeholders? In this webinar, we review how to calculate the cost-benefit or return-on-investment from mentoring, and offer examples of how to make a convincing, evidence-based case to budget holders.

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