Webinar: Engaging Tomorrow’s Government Leaders Through Mentoring

Register Now

Thursday 21 July 2022

12.00pm – 1:00pm AEST (Sydney, Australia)

Program Case Study: NSW Department Primary Industries and Environment 2020 Mentoring Program

When Kerrie Gregory applied to the 2020 Women in Senior Leadership Mentoring Program (NSW Dept Primary Industries and Environment), she hoped to progress some long held goals and gain focus that she’d not been able to achieve in previous mentoring relationships. Kerrie had no idea how significant an impact her relationship with her mentor Briony Foster would have, giving her an opportunity to grow in ways that she had not anticipated.

Briony experienced her own gains as well, and has continued to mentor in the program in the years since. Briony is strong advocate for mentoring as a unique and powerful process for drawing out the best in emerging government leaders, and we look forward to hearing from Kerrie and Briony about their journey together in the formal mentoring program, and about what has happened since.

In this webinar you will learn:
– How to identify emerging government leaders who will thrive on being mentored
– What a successful public service mentoring relationship looks like
– Ways to support a government mentoring partnership, to get the most for the mentee and the mentor
– The longer-term benefits for senior and emerging government leaders of mentoring and being mentored

Presented by:
Gina Meibusch, Senior Program Designer, Art of Mentoring
Mentor: Briony Foster (Executive Director at Department of Communities and Justice)
Mentee: Kerrie Gregory (Manager Work Health and Safety at NSW Land and Housing Corporation)



A guide to unleashing the hidden value in your organisation through high impact strategic mentoring programs.

Most human beings and organisations have one thing in common – they both want to do better. But it’s hard for one to achieve without the other. When you can harness both you can achieve great things.

Unfortunately, most organisational structures are hierarchical, which may aid efficiency but not necessarily “real” human interaction.

Solving the human equation is the cornerstone of great culture and the larger and more diverse the workforce, the more challenging it becomes, even before we factor in things like location, technology and pay rates.

Well designed and managed mentoring programs can have a dramatic impact on workplace culture and people engagement. A strategic mentoring program transcends hierarchy, creating relationships and interactions to build individual and hence organisational value.

In this guide we present you with proven practical insights on how to design, build, implement and automate a high influence mentoring program and create your own ripple effect.

Download My Copy
the ripple effect