A Sojourner’s Truth Podcast: Mentor as Coach

Our theme for Season 2 of “A Sojourner’s Truth” podcast is mentoring. You can SUBSCRIBE on iTunesSpotify, and SoundCloud.

“Mentoring raises levels of engagement, loyalty retention, leadership succession, professional development, and corporate effectiveness.”
Dr. Liz Selzer

In this episode, Natasha has a conversation with Dr. Liz Selzer on the topic “Mentor as Coach.” They discuss the professional side of mentoring, and why mentoring is such an important leadership tool.

Dr. Liz Selzer founded the Mentor Leadership Team, a consulting and training company that helps organizations unleash the potential of their people. Dr. Selzer’s passion for helping organizations better value and engage employees led to numerous articles on mentoring and the publication of her three books: 3G Mentoring, Your Culture at its Strongest and Real Leaders. Her radio show, Mentoring across Differences or MAD radio was a top rated digital program for two years. Her published dissertation demonstrated the positive longitudinal effectiveness of mentoring as an adult learning strategy. As an internationally sought after speaker and trainer, Dr. Selzer has trained in leadership development on six continents and throughout the United States. Her clients include a wide range of organizations: McGraw Hill, NASA, YUM! Foods, General Dynamics and Good Samaritan Hospitals to name a few. She also has taught organizational leadership at several universities.

Check out Dr. Selzer’s Resources.

Recommended Reading:

The Power of Mentors and Sponsors

Are you my mentor?

Free Downloadable Mentoring Resources

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