NORTH BAY: Giving & Receiving Wisdom: New Mentoring Program

  • 16 Feb 2016
  • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Sonoma County Volunteer Center 153 Stony Circle #100, Santa Rosa CA Classroom A
  • 20


  • Current Golden Gate Chapter AND National Members - Please fill in your National membership ID# on the registration form.
  • Mt Diablo / Sacramento Chapter Members
  • If you are visiting this group for the FIRST time, you may write to Jon Pappas at Jon Pappas at for a FREE registration. If you choose to return, we encourage you to join the chapter!
  • SBODN-South Bay Organizational Development Network
    NSA – National Speakers Association
    BAODN – Bay Area Organizational Development Network
    BAHREC – Bay Area Human Resources Executive Council
    ICF – International Coaching Federation

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Would you like to share your wisdom and support a budding new talent development practitioner? Want to learn new skills, gain exposure to a niche, or build your professional network? This February ATD North Bay is launching the first ever Mentoring Program!

Whether you are interested in mentoring, reverse mentoring or being a protégé, our Mentorship Program is being launched to support the connections and growth of you!

The Mentorship Program is a lightly structured program to support knowledge transfer and skill sharing amongst our members and foster strong relationships between us all. This program is great for seasoned practitioners, budding practitioners and mid-career practitioners looking to develop additional areas of expertise in themselves and in others.

At the Mentorship Kick-off Daniel Weinzveg will provide a brief overview of the Mentorship Program and guidelines, then lead us through a mix of networking activities to help us all make the most of our inaugural Mentorship Program.

For those interested in starting their own mentoring program within their organizations, we will provide handouts on the following:

  • Business case for mentoring
  • Difference between mentoring and coaching
  • Tips for effective mentoring relationships
  • Evaluating a mentoring program

Daniel Weinzveg, Engagement Specialist As an Engagement Specialist focusing on designing, training and developing diverse, intergenerational work places, he has a passion for driving creative results through people and technology. Daniel brings a powerful blend of strategic vision, hard work, humanistic values and 21st Century tools to help individuals and organizations create more effective programs and processes. Daniel has a Masters Degree in Organization Development from Sonoma State University, and has extensive experience in start-up organizations, program design, group facilitation, training and public relations.


5:30 – Check-in and networking; includes light snacks
6:00 – Event starts
7:30 – Depart

Questions? Contact Jon Pappas,

first time guest/visitors are free, please request your one-time guest admission by writing to Jon at the above address.

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