The first Young Alumni Professional Development Series was March 6th from 5:30-6:30pm in Farrell Hall on Wake Forest’s campus. Allison McWilliams led the group in a discussion around mentoring, and how it is a benefit to everyone! Read more below, and click on the link to see a video of the presentation and accompanying slides.

Building a Mentoring Network for Personal and Professional Success
Allison McWilliams (’95), Ph.D., Director of WFU Mentoring Resource Center

“What is the difference between mentoring and other developmental models? What does effective mentoring look like? Come to this session and learn the answers to these questions and develop a plan of action to grow YOUR network, including: identifying key people, resources and tolls you can use for network-building, and how being a strong mentor to others can pay off for you.”

SAVE THE DATES – Upcoming Presentations in the Series
Part 2, April 3rd – Business Ethics: Philosophy, Psychology and Profit
Part 3, May 1st – This is Your Brain on Stress: Tips & Tools for Letting Go and Moving Through
Part 4, June 5th – Your Financial Journey: The Stuff You Wish You Had Learned

Please reach out to Stephen Edwards if you have any questions!

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