Session: Modern Mentorship: Operationalizing Your Company’s Mentorship Model
Mentorships are a crucial part of any professional development, from entry level positions to CEOs. But mentorships can be so much more than career advice – they can be an instrumental part of learning and development. When you put mentorships at the heart of learning and development, business leaders might be surprised just how much more receptive employees can be to it.
Hosting peer-led roundtable discussions for employees, having team members lead presentations on industry trends and tips and tricks for excelling in your role is all a part of mentorship and learning and development. Tiffany Guarnaccia, CEO and founder of Kite Hill PR offers tips to business leaders on how to put mentorship at the center of their employee’s learning and development.
- Creating a peer-to-peer mentorship model - lessons learned from Kite Hill PR’s leadership team
- Strategies for going beyond the typical mentorship relationship
- Tips on how to incorporate mentorship into learning and development
- Advice for learning and development roll out to employees in a WFH environment
About Tiffany Guarnaccia
Considered a “visionary with a finger on the pulse of the industry” by PRWeek, Tiffany is the Founder and CEO of Kite Hill PR and the Founder of Communications Week. Her accolades include being recognized as one of PR News' Women to Watch, a DMN Hall of Femme, a PRWeek 40 Under 40, a She Runs It Working Mother of the Year, as well as a Top Women in Communications by Ragan. She currently serves as a Board Member to Communications Week and the PR Council.
Under her leadership, Kite Hill PR has been recognized as one of the "Top Tech Specialist PR Agencies in NYC,” “Most Powerful PR Firms,” and a “Top 50 PR Firm in America” by the Observer, a “Best Place to Work” by PR News and one of "America's Best PR Agencies" by Forbes.
Before starting Kite Hill PR, Tiffany led communications for The Huffington Post. Earlier in her career she was at the center of the music industry’s most disruptive years as PR director at LimeWire and eMusic.