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Nurture better mentor relationships - Sydney
Tue. 23 May 2017, 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm AEST
It seems elusive. Finding someone to give you advice on your career and professional goals, someone who will challenge you and push you to be a better professional and care leader. You want to find a mentor that gets you.
What if it really wasn’t that hard?
Join us. Hear from young professionals and industry leaders about what mentoring has done for them, how they have made them work, and what makes these relationships tick.
You could even come away with your very own mentor.
Tuesday, 23rd May
Sydney CBD (location TBC)
$58.47 (early bird)
$67.87 (general ticket)
Included is a light meal (plus a drink on arrival) in a fresh, modern venue. Run in our signature mini-coaching circles so you are able to get cosy with our presenters and get the best out of each session. It’s the best way to fully understand how people have made mentoring work for them.
This event will give you:
- Practical stories from industry leaders on how mentoring supports their career aspirations/development
- Tips and strategies to nurture your perfect mentor relationships today
- Networking after the sessions to meet potential mentors/mentees and grow your professional network
Why is this important? Too often we say we are too busy to find a mentor BUT finding the right mentor is the very thing that will give you better management and leadership strategies, and help you boost your career.
Mentoring is a priority for top leaders as research shows it helps you get promoted, increases your income, and makes you feel more positive about your career.
So why wouldn’t you want to start exploring this right now?
Come along and find out what it is all about.
This Workshop is ideal for someone who:
Doesn't know where to start with finding a mentor.
Holds back from reaching out to potential mentors.
Gets stuck with how mentoring will help them.
Wants to understand how to step up in their career but is unsure where to begin.
Wants their staff to learn a vital set of business skills whilst getting to know other young industry leaders, and upsklling their staff on the importance of mentoring.
About your speakers:
Jessie Williams - Executive Director, Groundswell Project
The Groundswell Project, a leading social enterprise known for using innovative arts and health programs to create social and cultural change about death and dying. Jessie has a constructive learning network made up of multiple, diverse people. "Whether they are an executive or a spiritual teacher, they all contribute to my knowledge and I take those relationships seriously. They are all my brains trust and they are personal."
Samantha Bowen - Founder and Director, Acorn Network
When starting her journey as a young leader in the ageing and caring industry, Samantha saw minimal young employees in the workforce and heard excuses, such as young people don’t want to work in here or it’s too 'unsexy' ... Through the Acorn Network she has established a strong network of organisations, mentors, and supporters who understand the importance of bringing young professionals into the aged care industry. With 5+ mentors in her corner she is keen to share her insights and learnings on mentoring with you.
Carla Beheram - Group Manager, SummitCare
Carla Beheram has over 12 years of experience in Aged Care, in both profit and not for profit organisations. She is a Registered Nurse who holds a Graduate Certificate in Strategic Business and is currently working towards her MBA. Carla is passionate about aged care and ensuring that the customer is front and centre in our thoughts when delivering services. She is particularly passionate about mentoring and encouraging new managers to find their feet, to develop, grow and to learn how to thrive in an environment of constant change.
More speakers to be confirmed Tuesday, March 21st.
Who can come to this event?
Anyone with a passion for aged and community care careers is invited to attend. Students, CEOs, entrepreneurs, consultants, carers. All ages and from all levels of leadership are welcome to attend and connect with our passionate and driven young leaders.
Is my ticket refundable?
No, tickets are not refundable, but you can transfer your ticket into another person's name so it doesn't go to waste. If you have questions about this then send us an email ASAP.
I work in mental/direct/other health career. Can I still attend?
Of course! Though this event is for aged and community care leaders the stories, insights, and connections you make will be applicable to many different industries.
Who can I contact for more info?
If you have any questions, or get lost on the night give Samantha a call on 0488123125 or send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
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