Event Date: Tuesday, November 17th, 2015
(1:00 pm EDT – 2:00 pm EDT)
Don’t let transition shock your team…
You’ve worked hard to build your practice. You have spent countless hours prospecting for clients, earning their trust, and building lifelong relationships with them. How do you ensure a successful transition when it comes time to pass the torch to the next generation?
You need to utilize best practices to mentor and groom your team of successors. Becoming an “official” mentee is more than just morphing into a sponge. Mentees are required to engage, ask questions, organize, think, and take full ownership of the relationship in order to wring out every ounce of value a mentor can provide.
In this webinar Connie Deianni, Mentoring and Employee Engagement Expert, will discuss how your team members can become successful mentees and capitalize on the opportunity that a mentoring relationship can provide.
PARTICIPANTS WILL LEARN:
- Characteristics of a successful mentee
- The art of setting goals
- How to manage the mentoring process
The mentor process is a privilege, not an entitlement, and when done well can change the course of not just your career, but your life!
WHO SHOULD ATTEND:
- Financial Advisors
- Associate Advisors
- Client Service Professionals
- Leaders and Managers
- Organizational Development Professionals
ABOUT THE PRESENTER:
Connie Deianni founded Corepoint as an extension of her passion for designing and delivering employee engagement programs to large, small, and non-profit entities. Corepoint represents 30+ years of employee engagement in the financial services and non-profit industries.
Through trial and error coupled with the ability to “really listen,” Connie has honed best practices which support mentor programs; programs that enjoy longevity past the initial launch period and continue to flourish where the mentor concept ultimately becomes the culture of the organization.
As an experience presenter, Connie provides engaging, dynamic, and interactive presentations focused on mentoring, career building, networking, diversity, and employee engagement. These insightful presentations leave her audience with best practices, tools to implement immediately, and the creative energy to make changes in their own organizations.
The foundation of our Performance Coaching and Consulting Programs are based on Ironstone’s Fundamental 4™, which is essential to design, develop, and sustain a successful business. Our ultimate goal is to help you avoid trial and error; shifting your mindset to launch your process of intentional change. [LEARN MORE]
To work with Ironstone or our affiliates, contact us at 1.800.917.8020, email us, complete our “contact us” form, or join the Ironstone – Financial Industry Professionals Practice Management Group on LinkedIn to start the collaboration.