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Being a Mentor | Supervisor Training Session

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Graduate School USA

600 Maryland Avenue Southwest

Washington, DC 20024

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Research shows that workplace mentoring provides organizations with positive outcomes (e.g., job satisfaction and performance, organizational commitment and less employee turnover). Workplace mentoring is proven to elevate and escalate "knowledge transfer," which is useful in shortening the learning curve, which helps organizations develop high-performing employees in shorter timeframes. Workplace mentoring is one way to provide personalized leadership for both new and tenured employees.

The Being a Mentor ACL Supervisor Training Session is designed to provide supervisors and managers with the foundational knowledge of how to develop high performing teams through informal teaching techniques and identify aspects within the ACL culture that supports mentoring and teaching. This session will include engaging, interactive discussions based on the pre-read materials (provided one week prior the training session).

  • Space is limited to twenty-five seats Central Office staff within the classroom, and unlimited remote/virtual participants. Registration will close on April 18, 2018.

  • The pre-read materials will be provided one-week prior the training session and will be sent via email from John Murphy. All course materials are 508 compliant.

  • Please provide reasonable accommodation (i.e., interpreter, cart services, readers, etc.) to John Murphy (John.Murphy@acl.hhs.gov) no later than April 18, 2018.

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