The Mentor Summit

An online conference to celebrate, inspire and educate celebrating National Mentoring Day

To celebrate National Mentoring Day on October 27th, the internationally renowned Mentoring School hosted an online conference featuring inspirational stories from the world of mentoring, hosted by behaviour expert, Richard Daniel Curtis. Featuring , in addition to last year's winner of The Apprentice, Alana Spencer, the first Apprentice Tim Campbell MBE, and Cherie Blair CBE QC. On 26th January we will continue the Mentor Summit with interviews from candidates from the current series of BBC's The Apprentice, sign up here.
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WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

This conference will benefit both mentors and those running mentoring programmes. The interviews will inspire, motivate and educate you, whichever sector you work in. Remember your notepad and pen, this will be a conference to remember!

SCHEDULE

Hosted by Richard Daniel Curtis, leading behaviour expert and CEO of The Mentoring School.  Each interview is followed by mentoring Q&As answered by Richard.
Interviewee Subject
Chelsey Baker, CEO and Founder, National Mentoring Day What it means to be a mentor
Lisa Pogson, Resources Director, Airmaster, STEM Ambassador and Chamber President Mentoring children to improve reading
Emmeline Irvine, Business and Enterprise Manager, Penrose Teaching those with complex needs peer mentoring skills
Jonathan Pfahl, MD, The Rockstar Group of Companies Entrepreneurial mentoring
Sarah Keen, Natural pregnancy, birth & health consultant Using trauma to mentor
David Murray-Hundley, the Grumpy Entrepreneur Using failure to mentor
Kirsten Rees, Haute Copy & Couture Coach Gaining yourself from mentoring
Monira Ahmed, Higher Education careers professional Running mentoring schemes
Jodie Marshall, MD, A Mind Apart Theatre Company Success as a mentee
Louise Campbell Mentoring apprentices
Cherie Blair, CBE QC, Founder of the Cherie Blair Foundation What mentoring means to me
Alana Spencer, Last year's winner of the BBC’s Apprentice What having a mentor means to me
Tim Campbell, First winner of the BBC’s Apprentice and Founder Bright Ideas Trust What having a mentor means to me
Richard Daniel Curtis, leading behaviour expert and CEO of The Mentoring School Close

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WHAT IT MEANS TO BE A MENTOR

Chelsey Baker, CEO and Founder, National Mentoring Day.

MENTORING CHILDREN TO IMPROVE READING

Lisa Pogson, Resources Director, Airmaster, STEM Ambassador and Chamber President.

TEACHING THOSE WITH COMPLEX NEEDS PEER MENTORING SKILLS

Emmeline Irvine, Business and Enterprise Manager, Penrose.

ENTREPRENEURIAL MENTORING

Jonathan Pfahl, MD, The Rockstar Group of Companies.

USING TRAUMA TO MENTOR

Sarah Keen, Natural pregnancy, birth & health consultant.

USING FAILURE TO MENTOR

David Murray-Hundley, the Grumpy Entrepreneur.

GAINING YOURSELF FROM MENTORING

Kirsten Rees, MakeMeASuccess | Haute Copy and Couture Coach.

RUNNING MENTORING SCHEMES

Monira Ahmed, Higher Education careers professional.

SUCCESS AS A MENTEE

Jodie Marshall, MD, A Mind Apart Theatre Company.

MENTORING APPRENTICES

Louise Campton, Managing Director, Primary Goal.

CHERIE BLAIR CBE QC

What mentoring means to me

WHAT HAVING A MENTOR MEANS TO M

Alana Spencer, Last year's winner of the BBC’s Apprentice.

WHAT HAVING A MENTOR MEANS TO ME

Tim Campbell MBE, First winner of the BBC’s Apprentice and Founder Bright Ideas Trust.