Nyla Spooner is a Learning Experience Designer who creates adult learning experiences for the digital space. She also enjoys mentoring new instructional designers and e-learning developers, and does so through her #100IDs program.
When she's not building courses and other learning experiences, she also creates content around learning and development - including her podcast, "I'm New Here" and YouTube videos.
Online | PST - USA 5 August 2020
Sustainably maximize your L&D Mentorship Footprint
How do we create mentoring relationships that challenge and elevate the careers of both the mentor and mentee?
New instructional designers get thrown into the deep end of L&D to either sink or swim. A balance of mentorship and self-directed learning can help them get to the surface faster. Mentorship requires intentional investments of time and energy from both parties, and it does not have to be a one-way relationship. This panel discussion will provide a framework for a mutually beneficial mentorship, and encourage mentorship between experienced and entry-level professionals.
What you will take away from the session:
- How to create meaningful programs that encourage the mentee to take an active role in their career
- The value of a mentor/mentee relationship in learning and development
- How to apply your skills as an ID to help a mentee close performance gaps
- How diverse experiences and backgrounds can help you see problems and solutions in a new light
- How to leverage your professional community for mentee resources.