ACHE is excited to collaborate with Kevin Schwenker of Schwenker & Associates to bring you the next installation of our 2016 Webinar Series on June 1. Kevin, a management consultant, will be presenting on a topic that has taken education organizations by storm—mentoring.
You’ve probably heard of mentoring and might have even considered using it in your organization. Often, however, there is confusion about what mentoring really means, what support it requires, and what kind of direction it needs to be successful. This session will teach you everything you didn’t realize you needed to know about mentoring and how to make it work for your institution. Attendees will leave with a greater understanding of the opportunities mentoring presents to educators and a firm understanding of its potential to be used as continuing education to your target markets.
For more information about the webinar and how to register, please visit the webinar event page. Members can also view resources from past ACHE webinars by visiting our Webinar Catalog.
Please join us June 1 at 1:00 pm Central Time to participate in this professional development opportunity.
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- ACHE Member Registration – Free
- Non-Member Registration – $30.00 (USD)
Kevin Schwenker, FCMC, OES, has been consulting to management in the fields of strategic planning and change implementation, human resources talent development and project management and since 1986. He has led a wide range of multi-faceted consulting projects locally, nationally and internationally, for private, public and not-for-profit sector clients.
In addition to his consulting portfolio, Kevin is an instructor with the MBA program of the Sobey School of Business, Saint Mary’s university. He has also taught internationally, serving as an adjunct professor at a private management graduate school in Chennai, India.
Kevin has a history of mentoring to youth; especially young entrepreneurs where his expertise and dedication has played an instrumental role in helping launch young and emerging entrepreneurs’ careers and businesses. He was recognized by Futurpreneur Canada (a national, not-for-profit organization which provides funding combined with mentoring services to entrepreneurs) as the National Mentor of the Year in 2010. And in 2012 was awarded a Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal for his volunteer work as a mentor to young entrepreneurs.
He has designed and delivered a number of introductory courses and in-depth workshops on Mentoring. This has included workshops for delivery through Continuing Education in Canada. As a result, he was hired to deliver an Executive Level workshop to the ACHE Board and was also an invited workshop speaker at the ACHE national conference in St. Louis in November 2015.