How does mentoring fit in your space?
Our mentoring webinars focus on industry-specific and targeted mentoring advice.
Learn from guest speakers, case studies and the experts, including mentoring heavy-weight Professor David Clutterbuck on how to deliver effective mentoring that meets your needs.
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Melissa Richardson Co-founder and Managing Director of Art of Mentoring
Melissa is one of Australia’s leading experts in mentoring and coaching, having worked in the field for over twenty years. She has designed and implemented mentoring programs across dozens of public and private sector organisations and has trained and worked with thousands of mentors and mentees. Her research into effective mentoring practice, mentoring relationships and emerging mentoring trends has global influence and is built into Art of Mentoring’s suite of offerings.
Melissa was a trustee of ISMPE, the forerunner to ISMCP (International Standards for Mentoring and Coaching Programmes) and is an official member of the ISMCP Assessment Team at EMCC (European Mentoring and Coaching Council).
Professor David Clutterbuck Co-founder of the European Mentoring & Coaching Council
David Clutterbuck is one of the early pioneers of developmental coaching and mentoring and co-founder of the European Mentoring & Coaching Council. Author of more than 65 books, including the first evidence based titles on coaching culture and team coaching, he is visiting professor at three business schools. He leads a global network of specialist mentoring and coaching consultants, Coaching and Mentoring International.
Cathy Burke Influential Speaker, Educator and Author
Cathy Burke is an influential global thinker, speaker and educator on transformative leadership and human potential.
Cathy spent two decades travelling to villages across South Asia and Africa in her work to end hunger, as Global Vice President at The Hunger Project, and before that CEO of The Hunger Project Australia. The women and men she met have given her enduring lessons in life and leadership. From this experience Cathy authored Unlikely Leaders: Lessons in Leadership from the Village Classroom.
Philip Wright Group Director Science, Chief Scientist of Department of Primary Industries
As Chief Scientist, Philip provides high level advice on technical issues and research policy to the Department and the broader NSW Government and consults widely with academia, industry and government to ensure knowledge and research can be adapted and used to benefit NSW primary industries and the NSW community.
Dr Wright has contributed to government policy in a number of important areas including gene technology, medicinal cannabis and the use of research as a mechanism to address coal seam gas and agriculture land use conflict. He also holds a number of board or senior committee appointments including being the NSW representative on the Gene Technology Standing Committee and a member of the National Research and Innovation Committee.
Joanne Morfoot, Executive Director of Australian Centre for Healthcare Governance
With a career spanning over 30 years, Jo-Anne has extensive experience in the health sector having worked in rural and metro settings in acute, subacute and community health in clinical and senior management positions. Jo-Anne has particular expertise in risk management, clinical governance and effective consumer engagement, and is passionate about developing and supporting the next generation of health leaders.
Jo-Anne has a Bachelor of Applied Science in Speech Pathology, a Graduate Diploma of Business, is an alumni of Leadership Victoria, is a GAICD, and currently sits on the board of West Gippsland Healthcare Group and bestchance Child and family Services.
Alex Richardson Co-founder and Sales & Marketing Director of Art of Mentoring
As co-founder of Art of Mentoring more than five years ago, today Alex leads the client on-boarding, and sales and marketing teams. With a background working with ARIA award-winning teams in music production, he provides the technical nous to ensure Art of Mentoring is at the forefront of mentoring technology and design. He is passionate about empowering mentoring programs that get real outcomes and has implemented a host of successful programs in the association, corporate, government and university spaces; with thousands of participants successfully matched each year.
Alex leads by example in engaging in personal mentoring and has a constant drive to provide exceptional service and cutting-edge solutions.
Nick Warne Chief Operating Officer of Art of Mentoring
Nick has been a senior leader and an executive for publicly-listed companies, working in three countries. He has years of experience in building and mentoring individuals and teams. He is an honours graduate psychologist at the University of Sussex in Great Britain.
Today he supports Art of Mentoring to grow and help ever more people with their career development.
Gina Meibusch Client Success Manager of Art of Mentoring
With diverse qualifications in psychology and project management and experience in both the private and public sectors, Gina brings hard and soft skills to mentoring program design and management. She was instrumental in designing and setting up the AWRA eMentoring Program for women in the Australian mining sector, as well as programs for school-aged children to build confidence, competence and connections.