MONTHLY PROGRAM: Mentoring Reinvented!

  • 10 May 2017
  • 6:00 PM - 8:30 PM
  • University of California - Office of the President (UCOP) Lobby 1 Conference Room, 1111 Franklin St  Oakland, CA
  • 15


  • Current Golden Gate Chapter AND National Members
  • East Bay / Sacramento Chapter Members
  • 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
  • For assigned volunteers, speaker and guests for this event

Registration is closed

Using an Innovative Approach to Engaging People, Developing Talent,
and Solving Business Problems -- 

The most cost-effective talent engagement tool just got a lot smarter. When people are your priority and business objectives are your urgency, mentoring can be your strategic solution. Join us to discover how Fortune 500 companies are moving away from conventional mentoring and toward innovative mentoring to drive on-boarding, engagement, development, leadership, diversity, inclusion, and succession.

During this session you will learn how to design and deploy strategic mentoring programs, including 

  • measuring success
  • recruiting appropriate participants
  • establishing accountability
  • designing deliverables, matching participants
  • creating appropriate structures
  • training Mentors and Mentees
  • launching effectively
  • keeping your program job-relevant and organization-important. 

Throughout the session, you will have the opportunity to reinvent your approach to mentoring and architect your own innovative mentoring framework that addresses a business objective using the 7-step Strategic Mentoring Model that the smartest Fortune 500 companies are using today

You will discover how to:

  1. innovate any mentoring initiative or program
  2. design and deploy an effective, scalable, sustainable mentoring program 
  3. use mentoring to drive identified business objectives and solve organizational problems
  4. measure the success of mentoring and the success of the participants in the program
  5. use a proven strategic mentoring model to launch multiple mentoring initiatives

As a Silicon Valley corporate attorney and a serial entrepreneur, Ann Tardy studies people in a variety of organizations. In 2003 Ann launched LifeMoxie Mentoring to radically increase people's “joblove” by improving their ability to manage, mentor, and lead. LifeMoxie’s Heroic Mentoring and Heroic Managing programs are loved by clients such as Kaiser Permanente, Duke Energy, and Macy’s.

Ann was honored as an Outstanding Business Woman by ABWA, with the Vanguard Award from McGraw-Hill, and as a Certified Speaking Professional by the National Speakers Association. Ann is the author of three books: Ambition on a Mission (2007), Moxie for Managers (2011), and Why Mentoring Matters (2013). When not on stage, Ann is on a bicycle researching people.

Since 2011, she has cycled from San Francisco to San Diego, Key West to Maine, and Seattle to San Diego. She reveals her findings in her keynotes, her articles, her books, and her documentary.


6:00 - 6:20pm       Registration and Networking
6:20 – 6:30pm       Intro
6:30 – 8:30pm       Program and Q & A

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