Relationships of a Lifetime: Looking Past Mentor/Protege

Wednesday, October 31 | 4:15PM–5:00PM MT | Board 407, Poster Area, Exhibit Hall B-E
Session Type: Poster Session
Mentorship is best when it's mutually beneficial. Understanding the connections you make and your influence on your employees (even as students) continues paying dividends long after they move on to new opportunities. How can you create work relationships that are mutually supportive throughout your entire career? We will present an example.

Outcomes: Identify opportunities for leadership at all levels of the organization and develop a workplace that supports contributions from everyone * Consciously decide to maintain professional relationships to the benefit of all involved * Move beyond traditional mentor/protege relationships to a more egalitarian approach to leadership development


  • Brian Gardner

    Chief Information Officer, Northampton Community College
  • Amy Pearlman

  • Mike Richichi

    Assistant Vice President of Information Technology, Baruch College/City University of New York

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