Mentoring makes a difference – but what is it and how do we measure the value?; I think I want a mentor – but how do I find one?; I am a mentor – but how do I become a good one?

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SPEAKERS
Catherine Mossop FCMC, Sage Mentors, Inc.

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AGENDA
18:30 – Event starts
21:00 – Events ends

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SYNOPSIS
Catherine will explain how mentoring offers people an opportunity for change and innovation in performance, thinking and behaviour. While mentoring itself is about a learning relationship between two people; technology is the disrupter. Catherine will draw from client experiences to present highlights on how technology is an enabling resource and the pitfalls, if not integrated within the overall mentoring program design and implementation strategy.

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SPEAKER BIOGRAPHIES
Catherine Mossop
Catherine is a thought leader, international speaker, and is known for her ability to design comprehensive mentoring initiatives that provide value to all stakeholders.

Catherine is a contributing author:
The SAGE Handbook of Mentoring, Clutterbuck et al.; Developing Successful Diversity Mentorship Programmes, Clutterbuck et al.; Successful Professional Women of the Americas: From Polar Winds to Tropical Breezes, Punnett et al.; Mentoring and the World of Work in Canada.

A selection of her clients include: Healthcare providers in Ontario and Bermuda, Federal Government, Ontario Government, mining, construction, industrials, financial institutions, technology companys, pharmaceuticals, and NFP/social services agencies.
Catherine is a Fellow, Certified Management Consultants of Canada.

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For overseas delegates who wish to attend the event please note that BCS does not issue invitation letters.

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Mentoring - Canada Section
Date and time
2 October, 6:30pm - 9:00pm
Location
Royal Canadian Military Institute
426 University Avenue
Toronto
ON
M5G 1S9
Canada
Price
This event is sold out