You know how it can be – justifying the time to make that personal investment in your professional future. Well there is no time like NOW to think clearly about the benefits of being mentored and make that commitment to maximising your potential.
Jump on Zoom and join us for a short, focussed session on how Mentoring can accelerate your career.
Hear Conor O’Malley – Executive Coach, founder of CoachAid20 and NAWO Endorsed Provider discuss how he helps leaders ‘trust how they learn, lead, and know themselves’ to be more effective both personally and professionally in today’s new economy.
Drawing on his professional expertise and his insights as a Mentor for NAWO, Connor will cover:
Mentoring – why bother (what’s in it for me?)
How does Mentoring work during COVID-19 ?
Why NAWO Mentoring – themes and insights
How to maximise your Mentor/Mentee relationship – networking in Zoom meeting rooms
12:00 PM Welcome & introductions
12:10 PM Guest Speaker: Conor O’Malley
12:25 PM Guided peer-to-peer networking
12:45 PM Discussions and Questions
12.55 PM Thank you & close
Date: Friday 12 June 2020
Time: 12 PM – 1 PM (AEST)
Access: Zoom Webinar
Hosted by: NAWO NSW Committee
Have a question you would like answered?
Pre submit via email firstname.lastname@example.org for our guest to answer during the discussion.
We know how valued our State networking events are – providing those personal touch points and a positive boost to our motivation and passion for our work. Like us, you might be missing our face to face events, so while we are unable to host physical networking, we can connect you with our virtual State Networking Zooms.
The format will include a brief keynote on a chosen topic, opportunities to ask questions and connect with each other online. Our volunteer State committees have many ideas for making these sessions as interactive, useful and importantly, as fun as possible, so look out for your e-invitation and stay connected to your NAWO network.
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