You are cordially invited to a university wide, mentoring professional development and networking event. This is a chance for you to polish your mentoring skills while networking with mentors from other programs at UBC. It is also an opportunity for us to show our appreciation for your support of our students.
Date: Thursday, November 13th, 2014
Check in: 5:30PM
Workshop: 6 – 8 PM
Location: On campus location, to be confirmed soon via email with registrants
To register, please RSVP here: https://www.surveyfeedback.ca/surveys/wsb.dll/s/1g38e2.
- Registration closes on Thursday, November 6, 2014. Seating is limited so please register early.
- Please notify your senior mentee that you are planning to attend and encourage them to join you.
- Light hors d’oeuvres and refreshments will be provided.
- UBC Parking and public transit options available. Parking is not included.
- If you have any questions please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
This is a workshop for mentors and senior mentees, whether this is your first formal mentoring assignment or something you have done and enjoyed for quite some time. The workshop will provide you with some key concepts and skills in leadership whether you’re mentoring or working with someone just starting out or someone with several years of experience. The goals of this workshop are to:
- Provide you with concrete tools and frameworks to help in your mentoring work
- Increase your capacity for leadership in your own job and career
- Deepen your network with fellow professionals in the area
In this interactive workshop, you will learn some key concepts in the following areas:
- The appropriate way to lead and mentor based on where your mentee (or employee or colleague at work) is in their own development
- Hallmarks of a successful coaching conversation
- Effective feedback delivery
You will also have the opportunity to learn from each other’s experience and apply the tools and frameworks to your own mentoring and work situations.
Sabina Nawaz works with leaders and organizations that are very successful, yet, find themselves being held back from delivering fully on their winning strategies because of the lack of a fully developed pipeline for their next generation of leaders. Sabina has developed a three pronged approach to address this issue.
Prior to starting her own business in 2005, Sabina spent 15 years at Microsoft, first in software development and then in Human Resources. As Senior Director of Leadership, Management, Employee Development and then of Succession Planning, Sabina launched several worldwide programs to help identify and cultivate Microsoft’s current and future leaders.
Her clients include the Anita Borg Institute of Women in Technology, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Biogen, Canfor, and Google.