In today’s rapidly changing and evolving work environment, continuous professional and personal development of employees is fundamental in achieving long-term success, making it a strategic necessity for organisations.
Workplace mentoring is a low-cost, high-impact tool that can help achieve greater connection in the new world of hybrid work and can fuel talent development, enhance skills and foster a culture of continuous learning and collaboration. This webinar will suggest opportunities to accelerate success, and the pitfalls to prepare for.
- Aviné McNally, Head of Membership, Ibec will open the session.
- Vicky O’Neill, HR Specialist, Ibec will provide a brief update and overview of the new Ibec mentoring framework which provides practical information and resources on the lifecycle of the mentoring process.
- Margaret McCormack, Consultant, Ibec Academy will provide an overview of the importance of mentoring in the workplace, roles of mentor/mentees and will provide tips of achieving engagement to maximise impact.
Margaret has worked with Ibec for over 15 years as a Senior Executive Coach and Leadership Development Programme Facilitator. She is an accomplished and creative Organisational Development Consultant with extensive experience in both an in-house and consultancy-based setting. She places a strong emphasis on self-awareness, language and behaviour, coaching individuals and teams to develop their personal and team brand statements and the supporting behaviours that will deliver and enhance those brands. Margaret holds a MSc. Mgmt., Organisational Behaviour from Trinity College Dublin/IMI and Advanced Diploma in Business and Executive Coaching from Kingstown College, Dublin.
- Naomi Doyle, Talent & Leadership Development, AIB will discuss AIB’s mentoring programmes and how they have adjusted to the new world of work.
is a Learning & Development Business Partner on the Talent Development team
based in London in AIB. Naomi has worked in AIB for 7 years and started as a
Recruiter on the Talent Acquisition team before moving into the Talent
Development team to focus on employee growth & development. She holds a
MSc. in Human Resource Management & Organisational Analysis from King’s
College London, as well as a BA, CIPD certificates and Diploma in Psychology.
Naomi actively operates with a growth mindset and is extremely passionate about
helping people grow both personally & professionally.