Mentoring – Strategy for Leverage and Measurable Performance Results at the World Level
Friday, October 2, 2020
Creating a culture that objectively examines its actual vs desired results requires systems and systematic approaches. Continuous performance improvement demands innovative strategies and productive partnerships. Facilitated mentoring is a proven performance improvement strategy, leveraging extant skills, experience, financial resources, and labor that can be embedded in the culture of an organization. This briefing will illustrate how that strategy can also be employed in a community to reduce significant problems at the world level
Join Margo and see how mentoring is a strategy for developing leadership partners in reproductive health to improve human conditions at a societal level (Asia, Africa, Latin America). She will describe how mentors work with fledgling entrepreneurs to increase employment in country, and business growth internationally (Northern Ireland).
Margo Murray, MBA, CPT, C-EI
President & COO, MMHA The Managers’ Mentors, Inc., USA
Margo has a unique combination of management experience, academic work in business & behavioral sciences, & structuring of effective human performance systems. Working in 40+ countries, she is consistently commended for clear, culturally sensitive communication. Her program designs, books, and articles earned professional awards, & White House Recognition for Excellence. Invited speaker to United Nations Secretariat. ISPI Recognition – Outstanding Member, Member for Life, President, CPT, Keynote speaker, Masters (3), Faculty for Institutes & ProSeries.