Structured vs Unstructured Mentoring Meetings - Learning Circle Series

07/07/2021 17:00 to 07/07/2021 18:00 (Asia/Singapore)

10.00 10.0 SGD

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Self-Development for Mentors
Learning Circle Series

Held on the first Wednesday of the month, Learning Circle Series are peer-learning sessions are conducted by the Asia Institute of Mentoring (AIM). They are small group facilitated meetings where we encourage sharing and draw upon the wisdom of our mentoring community. New mentors, mentees, (aspiring-mentors) and non-mentors are all welcome to join to discuss about trending Mentoring topics and to network with our community members.

Date: 7 July 2021
Time: 17:00 - 18:00 (SGT)
Note: For an effective discussion, we need a minimum of 10 pax and will limit it to 20. 

Fees: SGD 10 for non-members and complimentary for AIM Members (please make sure you are logged into your account before registering to access full membership benefits. There will be an automatic deduction when you register based on your name and email). Join us as a member here for full benefits.

As a non-profit organization, your fee will contribute to our administrative and operating costs.

Structured vs Unstructured Mentoring Meetings 

Drawing from your own experience, what kind of mentoring meetings have you experienced?
Are they structured or free flow, short or long, instructional or facilitative, formal or informal?
What are others doing out there?

Come and join us for an evening of discussion on the different styles and types of mentoring that are being practiced in Singapore and elsewhere.

Facilitators: Hock-Lye Chan and Darren Tan

Hock-Lye Chan has over 30 years of corporate experience managing businesses in Asia in the mining, engineering and IT industries. He has since co-founded WOOSH5 Asia, an e-coaching platform focused on the topic of resilience. He credits many of his achievements to inspiration from great mentors, who helped him identify his talents and possibilities, in order to enable him to develop personally.
He is incredibly driven to support and inspire others on their journey. To support those that are impacted for the COVID-19, who have to suddenly work from home, he is organizing a series of workshop on the topic and offering online support with daily bite-sized exercises. He is the co-founder of YOUM, and a volunteer mentor at AIM 

Darren Tan runs LifeWorks Associates, a coaching and training firm. As an international speaker, his domain includes transformational leadership, personal mastery, enriching relationships and innovative change. He is a family coach, helping couples and families navigate the relational challenges within the home. He has appeared several times on 938 Radio to speak on issues of the family and relationships.
He is also an active NSman, and was the Commanding Officer of a NS Infantry Battalion of 800 men. He was awarded the SAF NSman of the Year in 2016. He pioneered the Lions’ Mentoring Program for NSmen which aims to help younger NS Officers develop and assume higher appointments in the army. Darren is also a Certified Professional Mentor with the Asia Institute of Mentoring.

About Asia Institute of Mentoring 

Asia Institute of Mentoring (AIM) is a non-profit organization with a mission to bring mentoring to the spotlight in Asia, raise the quality of mentors and the standard of mentoring, bringing mentoring to all facets of the society to impact millions of lives.

It is committed to creating an Asia-based people-powered mentoring movement to move people … to learn, to share, to believe, to give forward, to transform, to harness the deep human potential, and create social impact – bringing about a kinder, gentler, more inclusive, just and sustainable world for all. Join us as a member here.

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From 07/07/2021 17:00
To 07/07/2021 18:00


Asia Institute of Mentoring (AIM) Ltd
+65 9615 0941

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