Mentorship as a Culture & Leadership Development Strategy

Mentorship as a Culture & Leadership Development Strategy

PDMA Carolinas | March 16, 2021

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Utilizing mentorship as an extension of leadership & culture development has become an important skill in remote work environments. In this session, participants will learn a new approach to mentorship & sponsorship called the Pop-Up Mentor model. We will also discuss the following & offer ways to immediately apply these strategies:

  • Learn the 6 times in our careers when mentorship is imperative.
  • Explore how role models, mentors, & sponsors should be used in career development.
  • Spend time strategically thinking about the inspiration, wisdom, & opportunity you need next.
  • Develop a custom mentorship plan for career development.
  • Understand how to grow & utilize career capital.

About the Presenter

Stacy Cassio

Stacy Cassio is the Founder & CEO of the Pink Mentor Network. Stacy understands the importance of mentorship because her own career & business have been built on the opportunities introduced to her by mentors.

Stacy has worked in many different industries including insurance investigation, engineering management, manufacturing new product development, and operations for an employee assistance program. The vast exposure to many industries proved to Stacy the importance of great mentors as a career development tool that can help us connect & bridge professional “dots”.

In 2017, Stacy Cassio founded the Pink Mentor Network, Charlotte’s 1st female mentorship community. Followed by the creation of Pop-Up Mentor, a brand new way to mentor in 2018. Stacy is dedicating her life to reshaping how individuals seek & obtain mentorship, and helping organizations build cultures of mentorship.

In 2019, her work was nominated for the Athena International Corporate Award for Leadership and Charlotte Inno’s “Opportunity Champion” award. Stacy also was named a Mecklenburg Times 2019 Phenom. Stacy’s career was built & fueled by great mentors until she became one.

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