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Making Virtual Mentoring Work

Free Webinar: January 17, 4:30 CT

How can you succeed in virtual mentoring?

In the remote and hybrid world, creating connections and mentoring relationships is key to your own personal and professional development. But what does mentoring look like now? How can you develop and foster relationships virtually with a mentee/mentor?

This webinar is brought to you in partnership with The Art of Mentoring Academy and The Center for Mentoring Excellence.
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Why is it important to invest in Virtual Mentoring?

Researchers proved years ago that virtual mentoring can be very effective, yet many people still insisted that mentoring must be done in-person. It took a global pandemic to create a giant experiment with virtual communications that convinced the greater majority. Remote work left people feeling isolated, so the smartest companies used virtual mentoring programs to help keep employees connected, engaged and feeling supported.

Join Melissa Richardson and Lisa Fain as they explain and demonstrate how to make the most of a virtual mentoring relationship

In this live webinar, you'll learn:

How the researched evidence supports the effectiveness of virtual mentoring
To identify tips on how to create an optimal virtual experience
Demonstrate how to conduct a virtual mentoring conversation

Meet your speakers!

Lisa Z. Fain

Lisa Fain is the CEO of Center for Mentoring Excellence, and founder of Vista Coaching, the coaching division of the Center. Her passion for diversity and inclusion work is fueled by her strong conviction that leveraging differences creates a better workplace and drives better business results. She has conducted mentoring training programs for corporate, government and educational institutions. Lisa coaches mentors, mentees and program administrators on how to achieve mentoring excellence and create the right environment for achievement of career and personal goals. She is highly regarded for her special combination of knowledge, expertise, humor and a no-nonsense practical approach.Lisa is co-author, with Lois Zachary of two important books; The Mentor’s Guide and Bridging Differences for Better Mentoring.

Melissa Richardson

Melissa’s experience in mentoring spans over 25 years in the private, public and not-for-profit sectors. It’s become her life’s work and personal mission to make life-changing mentoring opportunities available to more people.

Melissa is a member of the global assessment team for the European Mentoring and Coaching Council’s ISMCP Award (International Standards for Mentoring and Coaching Programs). She has post-graduate qualifications in organisational coaching, counselling and marketing strategy.
Melissa directs the Art of Mentoring research agenda and regularly speaks on mentoring best practice.
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