MENTORS’ TRAINING: THE SERIES | Trust & Active Listening

calendar icon 09 November 2022
calendar icon 17:00 - 19:00
calendar icon Online
Event category: Mentoring, Seminars

At Women On Top we believe in mentoring and we believe (a lot!) in the ability of our mentors to change the lives of their mentees for the better. That is why we are starting the new academic year with a series of training seminars around key topics related to this role, which will significantly increase the effectiveness of the guidance you can offer to your mentees, your colleagues or any woman you want to support!

These are 4 two-hour webinars, which will help you learn more about the basic principles of mentoring, and practice skills such as trust and active listening, unconscious biases, goal setting and self-confidence, as well as other important tools that will also maximize your own broader professional development.

2nd webinar: Trust and active listening
Facilitator: Facilitator: Stella Kasdagli
Guest Speaker: Samira Eramdani
When: 9/11/2023 @ 17:00-19:00

The second webinar of the mentor training cycle is about the basic principles of trust and active listening. Together we will explore the role trust plays in the effectiveness of mentoring, we will propose tools and practices, and we will exchange experiences and tips for more active listening in our collaborations. Of course, time will be given for all the questions you may have about your past or future experiences, with the aim of gaining valuable skills and enriching your own career path.

A few words about the Guest Speaker:
Samira Eramdani is an entrepreneur, consultant and speaker, specializing in organizational and personal development, HR strategy and career management.

The training series is aimed at both WoT mentors and those outside the network who are interested in exploring this aspect of their career path.

Funding is provided by the US Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, with Meridian International Center as the implementing partner.