Thu, Jan 11|
Challenge yourself with the right mentor
Whether seeking a mentor or actively mentoring others, discover the keys to impactful mentorship at our upcoming event!
Time & Location
Jan 11, 2024, 7:00 PM
Shift Technology , 321 Summer Street, Boston, MA 02210, USA
About the event
The research on the power of mentorship is pretty clear: people with mentors perform better, advance in their careers faster, and even experience more work-life satisfaction. But how to find, and what to expect from a good mentor, or be one ?
We'll have the pleasure of listening to
Kelly Lockwood Primus, Chief Executive Officer of Leading NOW, on PIE Strategic Mentoring™
We will learn the difference between CAKE (Supportive) and PIE (Strategic) mentoring and why successful women and men leaders receive and give PIE mentoring.
We will leave with practical tools for future discussions and experiences to ensure that we make the most of mentoring relationships, and techniques to use PIE mentoring to earn sponsorship.
Kelly Lockwood Primus is Chief Executive Officer of Leading NOW, a global consultancy that guides current and future leaders in creating more equitable organizations. As an expert on inclusive leadership and cultural dynamics, Kelly has worked with CEOs, CHROs, and executive leadership from Fortune 10, 500 and Global
1000 companies to identify barriers, and develop solutions to help organizations change behaviors and company culture. As a sought-after speaker on leadership and diversity & inclusion topics, Kelly also shares her knowledge on how these topics intersect with her expertise as a business person. A thought leader and contributor to Forbes, Kelly harnesses her passion, knowledge, and expertise, and finds it exciting and personally fulfilling to be leading a global consultancy that puts companies on the right course to achieve their culture + diversity goals. #FutureForward
15$ participation collected at the event.
Limited seats are available, please register now.
Once you are registered, expect a confirmation email before the event.