Effective Mentoring - NSW 2018

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FB Rice

44 Market Street

#23

Sydney, NSW 2000

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Senior industry leaders discuss the art of mentoring and share their experience. This will be an evening of open discussion with other IMNIS mentors and professionals in our network about the challenges and rewards of mentoring. Hear how experienced mentors have overcome hurdles, motivated their mentees and adapted their approach to establish successful mentor-mentee partnerships. This will also be an opportunity for current IMNIS mentors to connect and share tips and tricks they’ve used as well as raise and discuss any particular issues they’ve faced in their IMNIS mentoring relationship. You'll also hear the latest with the IMNIS program and how to get the most out of being a part of the network.

The panel event will run from 5.30-7.30pm, this includes panel discussions, Q&A and networking drinks and nibbles. This is an IMNIS mentor only event.




  • Marguerite Evans-Galea

    Marguerite Evans-Galea

    Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering

    IMNIS Executive Director

  • Joanne Martin

    Joanne Martin

    FB Rice

    Partner

  • Eva Reinander

    Eva Reinander

    E3 Consult

    Consultant


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FB Rice

44 Market Street

#23

Sydney, NSW 2000

Australia

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Organiser of Effective Mentoring - NSW 2018

IMNIS is an award-winning industry national initiative of the Australian Academy of Technology and Engineering.

Working with experts in academia and industry, IMNIS connects motivated PhD students (mentees) in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) with outstanding high level industry leaders (mentors).

In a one-year mentoring program, IMNIS mentors and mentees meet in person in a professional setting for one hour each month. State-level networking events hosted by IMNIS allow mentors and mentees to connect more broadly.

IMNIS provides Australia’s future leaders in STEM the opportunity to engage with industry, extend their professional network and learn from an outstanding industry mentor. Mentors are all volunteers generously sharing their time and expertise. IMNIS provides a diverse range of industry professionals the opportunity to engage with academia, share their mentoring skills, and ‘give back’ to the STEM community.

IMNIS has demonstrated success in providing industry mentoring to PhD students in universities around Australia and was recognised with a prestigious B/HERT Award in 2016.

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