Mentor Webinar for New Mentors

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Making a positive impact; how to be an amazing mentor

This webinar will focus on the fundamentals of mentorship, introduction to good practices and developing the knowledge and skills needed for an effective mentoring relationship. This course is designed for student mentors, early career health practitioners and is aimed at developing the future generation of leaders.

A mentor is a trusted advisor. This one-to-one relationship involves being available to support and advise someone when they need it, delivering that support in a way that makes sense to them, and always keeping their best interests in mind. By providing this reassurance, mentors can increase the confidence of new nurses.

This 90-minute webinar will include:

  • What it means to be a mentor
  • Setting expectations together
  • Defining boundaries
  • Setting goals
  • Strategies for mentor meeting and managing the conversation
  • Managing self and leading by example
  • Event information and fees

    How to be an Amazing Mentor

    • Tuesday 22 March 2022 - 11.00am WST
    • Thursday 26 May 2022 - 11.00am WST
    • Tuesday 16 August 2022 - 11.00am WST
    • Thursday 27 October 2022 - 11.00am WST

    Each course will run for 1.5 hours and will earn 1.5 CPD points.

    Each course will cost $55 (inclusive of GST)

  • About the facilitator

    Pam O’Nions
    Adjunct Associate Professor | School of Nursing & Midwifery
    The University of Notre Dame Australia

    Pam seamlessly combines her passion and deep experience in Healthcare, research, and  improvement. She is an accomplished facilitator and coach and has been a trusted advisor to many over the years.

    She has over 35 years healthcare experience with qualifications in nursing, education, leadership, and management. She completed doctoral studies at UNDA, investigating retention of nurses in clinical roles. She has skills in leadership, change management, service redesign and privileged to work with hospitals identifying opportunities for innovation and improvement.

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