Judy Corner - How To Find A Good Mentor And Have A Rewarding Experience

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Program Detail

At the end of this presentation, individuals will understand the criteria for finding a qualified mentor and then how to ensure that the mentoring experience is beneficial for both the mentor and the mentee.

There are many historical perception and misperceptions regarding the concepts of mentoring. This presentation is designed to communicate clear concepts whether you desire to be a mentor or a mentee. It also clarifies that this is truly a "partnership" in learning and we will provide the tools to ensure that this takes place.

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About Judy Corner

Director of Mentoring Services
Judy Corner has over 30 years of experience providing customized human resources consulting services to medium to large organizations. Specifically, in the area of mentoring, during the last twenty-five years, Judy has designed and delivered mentoring workshops, mentor and mentee training, a complete mentoring methodology - Hi-Impact Mentoring® - in both handbook and online versions, various focused and subject tailored mentoring solutions, and published a range of mentoring articles. In addition, she has been a speaker at various conferences and organizational functions, and has delivered the comprehensive Hi-Impact Mentoring® process within varied industries for many Fortune 1000 organizations.

Additionally, Judy has been a speaker at various conferences and organizational functions, facilitated hundreds of round tables, written white papers, delivered webinars. Her thought leadership articles have been published in journals such as Profiles in Diversity Journal and Industrial and Commercial Training. In May 2015, Judy spoke at ATD’s International Conference in Orlando on the topic of “Mentoring for Multi generational Communication, Development, and Succession.”

In 2011, Judy facilitated a mentoring workshop for The Women in Public Service Project, an initiative of the U.S. Department of State and the Seven Sisters women’s colleges to advance women to positions of influence in governments and civic organizations worldwide.

Prior to her role as a human resource consultant and mentoring solutions expert, Judy had 14 years of experience in sales, marketing, and organization development in the news media industry. Her multifaceted background enables her to offer a unique and valuable perspective to each client assignment.

Following please find links to two of Judy’s articles published in The Diversity Journal

Why Women Must Mentor Other Women. Discusses the importance to mentoring to the growth and development of C Level women leaders, as both men tees and mentors. http://issuu.com/diversityjournal/docs/2014_marapr/75?e=4480583/7260599

Women Are Hurting Themselves, They Just Don’t Know It. Discusses the importance for women to share their accomplishments and goals, and to growth their confidence in doing so through mentoring. http://issuu.com/diversityjournal/docs/2014_sepoct/186