HCMx Radio 112: Making Mentoring Work

Guest: Jenn Labin, Chief Talent & Diversity Officer at MentorcliQ

Jenn Labin, Chief Talent & Diversity Officer at MentorcliQ has over 15 years of experience in talent development, training and design. Previously Jenn was the owner of TERP Associates which was acquired by MentorcliQ, combining TERP’s expertise with MentorcliQ’s award-winning mentoring software to expand mentoring content, training and value for customers. Jenn is the author of Mentoring Programs That Work, a unique approach to building scalable and sustainable mentoring programs. She is a regular presenter at the ATD International Conference, ATD chapters and MentorCom. Jenn has a BA from the University of Maryland-Baltimore County in Digital Art and her MA in Instructional Systems Design. She has earned credentials as a Certified Principal Evaluator (Kirkpatrick Evaluation), DISC-PIAV and Situational Leadership II Facilitator, as well as a certificate in Presentation Design from Duarte Design and Leadership Development. Besides mentoring, learning and development, Jenn is passionate about scuba diving, the environment and spending time with family. Jenn lives near Baltimore, MD with her amazing husband, daughters and a turtle named Godzilla.


Topics and questions include:

  • The importance of mentoring and mentorship
  • Finding and working with a mentor
  • Think outside of your organization for a mentor
  • The myth of the single mentor
  • How to ask someone to be your mentor
  • Showing up as your best self
  • Mentoring as a talent-management tool
  • Sustained learning: the 70/20/10 model
  • The ROI of mentoring
  • Benefits of an automated tool
  • And more!

If you have questions about our discussion today, please contact us at [email protected].

We are going on our third year of hosting our Women in Leadership Summit – WIL19. The event will be held on May 1 & 2 at the Marriott Harbor Beach Club in Fort Lauderdale, FL. We hope to see you there!

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