ECIS Mentoring Virtual Series
September, November, January, & May
All timings are listed in LONDON time
Mentoring is the act of one individual sharing their knowledge, skills and experience, to help another person to develop and grow. This can either be professional or personal growth.
A mentor can support with a number of aspects of an individual’s career, their challenges and their achievements.
ECIS is thrilled to offer a four-part Mentoring Series facilitated by the Women in Education Special Interest Group. The objectives of the series are the following:
- Tap into the existing skills, experience and knowledge of the international educators to support and advise others within our global learning community
- Promote reciprocal learning relationships between the mentee and mentor
- Utilise the ECIS mentoring platform as an opportunity to engage members of the ECIS membership schools’ learning communities.
Please register via the Zoom links below for each respective session:
Session 1: 28 September 17:00
- The Power of Female Mentorship – This session will focus on:
- Why is mentorship so powerful?
- What a good mentor should be?
- How to find your mentor?
- The best advice…
Session 2: 21 November 16:00
- Mentorship at Your School – This session will focus on:
- How can I be a role model for other leaders?
- How to develop a school’s capacity to support mentorship relationships?
Session 3: 30 January 16:00
- Mentoring Culture & Artefacts – This session will focus on:
- What are the characteristics of a school culture that promotes mentorship?
- What artefacts of school culture celebrate mentorship?
- How do we impact the culture of mentorship at our schools?
Session 4: 30 May 16:00
- Sharing Our Stories
Head of Secondary School, Atlanta International School | Women of Influence in Education, Founding Executive Member
CEO & Director IS Rheintal | WomenEd Strategic Network Leader | Board Member Swiss Group of International Schools
Nancy Lhoest Squicciarini
ECIS Lead Facilitator & Trainer | Chair ECIS “Women in Education” Special Interest Group | WomenEdLux Country Leader