Impact and Effectiveness of Developmental Relationships
Tuesday, October 29 - Friday, November 1, 2013
Student Union Building (SUB), UNM Main Campus, Albuquerque, NM
We seek to facilitate discourse on the impact and effectiveness of developmental relationships among a broad constituency, which includes divisions of higher education, academic researchers, educators, community leaders, administrators, non-profit partners, government agencies, and other professionals.
For the 2013 conference we anticipate a rich mix of conversation, networking opportunities, hands-on workshops, and engagement with professionals from a diverse variety of disciplines. This year's keynote speakers are:
Dr. Lillian T. Eby
University of Georgia
Professor of Psychology
Dr. Tammy D. Allen
University of South Florida
Professor of Psychology
Dr. David Clutterbuck
European Mentoring and Coaching
Facilitating High Quality Mentoring Relationships: Evidence-based Recommendations
Dr. Lillian T. Eby, University of Georgia
Mentoring relationships represent an important personal and professional development opportunity for youth, students, and employees alike. However, often mentoring programs and practices are implemented without careful consideration of the science of mentoring. This keynote address provides the most up-to-date evidence-based information on mentoring relationships by integrating hundreds of studies of mentoring in community, academic, and.... Read More
Keys to the Development and Implementation of Formal Mentoring Programs
Dr. Tammy D. Allen, University of South Florida
Formal mentoring programs can be an effective strategy for enhancement of employee and student retention, socialization, and diversity development. However, poorly designed and executed programs can do more harm than good. The objective of this session will be to share a set of evidence-based guidelines for implementing programs within organizational and.... Read More
How Much Do Mentees Need Goals?
Dr. David Clutterbuck, European Mentoring & Coaching Council
There is an assumption in much of the literature on mentoring and coaching that the learner will benefit from having very specific (SMART) goals. But what's the evidence for this. David shares the results of several years' exploration of this topic, which have resulted in the publication later in 2013 of the book Beyond Goals. The conclusion of the research ... Read More
Dr. William A. Grey
Dr. Rochelle Lari
Sandia National Laboratories
How To Develop Productive Mentoring Relationships via Situational Mentoring
Dr. William A. Grey, Mentoring Solutions
This Workshop provides information and hands-on activities associated with developing productive formalized mentoring relationships, based on experience doing this since 1978 for over 40,000 mentor-protege partners in over 150 organizations. Workshop participants will identify their Preferred Mentoring Style as a mentor or protege, and then compare preferred styles with a "partner" in the workshop to understand.... Read More
Emotional Intelligence & Positive Psychology for Mentors
Dr. Rochelle Lari, Sandia National Laboratories
A workshop outlining how the establishment of developmental relationships help with motivation, self-control, self-awareness, personal communication and personal relationships.
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2013-FEATURED SPEAKER BIOS AND PAST CONFERENCESMeet the 2013 keynote speakers and browse through previous conference keynote speakers.
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