Please join WIIIN members from 8:00-10:30am on Friday, March 24th for coffee and a light breakfast as we meet with Lisa Lai of Lai Ventures to discuss best practices for establishing a successful mentor/mentee relationship.
This session will apply to participants of WIIIN’s newly launched mentorship program and to any other members looking to improve their mentorship skills at work, home or in the community.
During this session, Lisa will explore the possibilities of a mentor/mentee relationship, discuss the roles of the mentor/mentee, and will help us establish a framework for a successful relationship, including discussion on checkpoints and how to measure success. Throughout the session, Lisa will also answer questions from WIIIN members and will provide participants with the proper tools and resources to see the path forward.
Registration & Parking Information:
- Member In-Person Registration: $20
- Member Virtual Registration: $10
- On-site parking available at a discounted rate of $15.00
If you have further questions, please contact email@example.com or by calling 424-688-5510.
Lisa is a business advisor, coach, author and speaker. She consults with some of the world’s most respected companies and leaders on strategy, growth, and influential leadership. Lisa has held multiple executive roles with both Fortune 500 and start-up organizations - one of which enjoyed a multi-billion-dollar public offering.
Lisa is a Moderator of global leadership development programs for Harvard Business School Publishing where she’s had the opportunity to work with over 15,000 leaders to develop competencies in the areas of innovation, strategy, transformation, and influential leadership.
Inc. Magazine has named Lisa one of the Top 100 Leadership Speakers in
the country. Lisa served as a subject matter expert for Harvard Business Review Manager’s Handbook: The 17 Skills Leaders Need to Stand Out, which was recognized as Management Book of the Year by the prestigious Chartered Management Institute in London. She also contributed as an expert to HBR’s Guide to Thinking Strategically.
Lisa has published multiple articles with Harvard Business Review and publishes her own blog entitled “How to Succeed in Business… Without Eating Your Soul for Breakfast”, read in over 100 countries around the world.
Lisa currently resides in Evergreen, Colorado with her husband Patrick and beloved rescue dog Duncan.