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Mentoring Series II – How to Have Impactful Conversations with Your Mentor

April 12, 2022
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CPD hours: 1.5
Please Note: This mentoring session has been created specifically just for proteges based on feedback from past participants. The intention of this interactive session is to allow proteges to speak freely and have a safe space to discuss topics related to their mentoring experience. 

We kindly request that mentors do not register for or attend this session. If you are both a protégé and a mentor you are invited to attend however we ask that you ensure your protégé is aware that you may be in attendance.
Event Summary:
Your new mentoring relationship may be clunky and awkward to navigate at times, but don't let that hold you back from the opportunity to learn and get the most out of this connection. 

Whether with colleagues, friends or family, some subjects make us uneasy, which can lead us to avoid them altogether. However, mentoring relationships are about the uncomfortable, just as much as the comfortable. In order to commit to mentorship, you need to allow yourself to be open to having deep and meaningful  conversations with your mentor. We want to help you navigate these waters so you can push past any awkward conversations that may be holding your relationship from moving forward.

Join us as we discuss this topic and help learn to have open, trusting and impactful conversations with your mentor.

Guest Facilitator:

Michelle Precourt

Michelle Precourt, CPHR
Michelle operates Mindful HR Services, a boutique HR consulting firm that drives business growth through mindfulness practices. She is a graduate of the University of Manitoba, Certificate in Human Resource Management, a Certified Work-Life Strategist and a Chartered Professional in Human Resources (CPHR). With a demonstrated history of working in aviation and healthcare, Michelle became skilled in recruitment and selection, employee development, workshop facilitation, labour, and employee relations, psychometric and other recruitment related testing and measurement tools.

Michelle draws on her 15+ years of corporate HR and operational experience to enhance clients' self-awareness supporting the development of skills for building a long and healthy career and a sustainable workplace culture built on trust and authentic communication. Michelle is also very passionate about yoga and meditation. In 2017, Michelle became a certified yoga instructor and followed this with her meditation training in 2018. Michelle blends these seemingly different professions; human resources, yoga and meditation into her work as an HR Consultant, Career Transition Coach and Workplace Mindfulness Facilitator.

Mentoring Committee Event Co-Hosts:
Julie Taylorson, CPHR - Lower Mainland Mentoring Committee
Sasha Ivanov, CPHR - Lower Mainland Mentoring Committee

Mentoring Committee Event Support: 
Silvia Richards, CPHR Candidate - Yukon Mentoring Committee
Nolana Greaves, CPHR - Lower Mainland Mentoring Committee
For more information about this event, please contact Jayita Mondal.


Location:  Online - Zoom Meeting - Zoom login information will be sent 1 day prior to the event date.
Video connection is recommended for the most engaging virtual experience and for security reasons, you will need to ensure your log in name is the name you registered with in order that we may allow you access into the zoom meeting.

5:30pm - 7:00pm (PDT)

Cost: This event is FREE for members who have been accepted and matched in the 2022 CPHR BC & Yukon Professional Mentoring, but pre-registration is required.
Registration Deadline: April 11th, 2022
**This session will be recorded for later viewing and there may be photos taken for CPHR BC & Yukon marketing purposes, if you do not want your photo included please advise the event hosts**

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