Our next meeting will be held March 18th
January - April
(Registration closes Wednesday, March 12th)
Be a Mentor, Seek a Mentor: Common Sense Workplace Mentoring
It is human nature to be helpful. This presentation teaches how to transform this helpfulness into competitive advantage for any organization, any employee, any level of responsibility, and any type of work. Trainers can uniquely install a culture of mutual learning. Common Sense Workplace Mentoring is an easy to use system that not only promotes mutual learning, it…
- Lifts productivity measurably
- Develops technical and leadership skills
- Improves employee satisfaction
- Facilitates succession planning
- Keeps knowledge capital in the organization
In this presentation, participants will mentor each other as they create a basic mentoring system for themselves, someone else, or a group in their respective organizations.
Please join us!
About Our Presenter,
Susan deGrandpré, MSEd, owner of Collaboration Consulting, is a consultant, speaker, trainer, and mentor to mentors. She teaches leaders to improve their bottom line by tapping the collective talent in their businesses. Building on a long leadership and consulting career, she partners with clients help them solve their own problems through masterful teamwork and communication. She works with for-profit, not-for-profit, and government organizations, and has been an adjunct faculty member at St. Joseph’s College, Central Maine Community College and Southern Maine Community College. She is the Vice-President of the Association for Consulting Expertise, and is very active in the Maine Center for Creativity.
To register or see future calendar, check the Event. Registration required by the end of day Wednesday prior to the event.
In the event of bad weather, if the Falmouth schools are closed, the event will be cancelled.
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