Mentoring Program | Monday 17 May | 3.00pm-4.00pm

The CASANZ Mentoring Committee welcomes you to attend its inaugural information session as part of the 25th International Clean Air and Environment conference, ‘CASANZ 2021’.

Start

May 17, 2021 - 3:00 pm

End

May 17, 2021 - 4:00 pm

Address

Via the CASANZ Conference App, Whova   View map

MENTORING PROGRAM

The CASANZ Mentoring Committee welcomes you to attend its inaugural information session as part of the 25th International Clean Air and Environment conference, ‘CASANZ 2021’.

The event will feature presentations from the mentoring committee members to provide an insight into the work undertaken to date, an outline of future planned work and timing, and insight into the CASANZ mentoring program which we have been working keenly on since the start of 2021.

At the end of the session there will be an opportunity for attendees to ask any questions they may have, and to provide feedback to the committee to help shape this important and exciting initiative.

The 1-hour session will be held online Monday 17 May @ 3.00pm – 4.00pm via the online conference platform – Whova.

 Overview of CASANZ Mentoring Program

What is mentoring?

CASANZ mentoring process is a relationship that provides professional and personal support to young professional(s). The mentor uses their experience in a facilitative manner to support the development of the mentee.

The benefits of mentoring

Mentoring will have a clear and positive effect on the personal and professional development of the mentee that includes:

  • Career development.
  • Improvement in communication skills.
  • Improvement in leadership skills.
  • New development opportunities.

The mentoring program is also intended to benefit mentors and CASANZ. Your involvement as a mentor supports young professional(s) by:

  • Giving them an insight into your work and career.
  • Assisting them with practical tips on planning a successful job search strategy.
  • Offering advice and guidance with their career thinking as young professionals.
  • Encouraging reflection, recognise and celebrate effective practice.
  • Identifying areas for development and improve self-confidence.

The mentoring relationship

The mentoring relationship can be a very powerful positive experience. It enables and develops a greater sense of confidence, enhancing the professional and personal skills of both parties. The mentor is usually a more experienced person providing guidance, advice, and support to someone less experienced.

The information session will close with a group discussion on:

  • The role of a mentor.
  • Expectations and responsibilities.
  • How to get involved to ensure greater involvement across Australia and New Zealand.

 

 

DATE: Monday 17 May, 2021
TIME: 3.00pm – 4.00pm
WHERE: Via the CASANZ Conference App, Whova
COST: Free
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