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The International Mentoring Association Conference 2021is the place to:
• Enhance your mentoring skills
• Learn from experts in the field
• Meet and engage national leaders and authors
• Expand your research and reflect on program advances.
You do not want to miss this unique opportunity!
Enjoy a beautiful location at the University of Florida-Gainesville and experience powerful and inspiring discussions, presentations and dialogues. The program is grounded with keynote speakers, Brad Johnson, Christine Pfund and Chaveso ‘Chevy’ Cook, focusing on gender equality, the science of effective mentorship, and performing at one’s optimal level in challenging conditions. Two-hour sessions, concurrent sessions, and networking opportunities are also part of the program. The conference culminates with a World Café which encourages knowledge sharing among people of varied backgrounds with a living network of collaborative dialogue around questions that matter to real-life situations.
ACT NOW TO EXPERIENCE THIS PREMIER MENTORING CONFERENCE!
IMA Mentor Training is for top-performing learners and high-achieving adults who wish to build excellent mentoring relationships and achieve success. Through hands-on exercises and dynamic discussions, participants will learn mentor theories, tools, and frameworks required to succeed with confidence as a mentor, mentee, and/or program director. IMA Mentor Training is enriched with a diverse mix of participants, providing unmatched opportunities to network, collaborate, and learn with international perspectives.
PRE-CONFERENCE 3 HOUR INSTITUTES: 1 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Self-Mentoring with Rigor, Resilience, and Results: Tools for ALL Leaders in ANY Setting
by Marsha L. Carr, PhD
Bridging Differences for Better Mentoring: Creating More Inclusive Workplaces One Relationship at a Time
by Lisa Fain
Optimizing Your Mentorship Practice
by Christine Pfund, PhD
Questions please contact us at IMAConference2021@mentoringassociation.org