News: Webinar to Give Tips on Starting Mentoring Initiatives

Insala Webinar to Discuss Starting a Corporate Mentoring Initiative

DALLAS/FT. WORTH – April 05, 2013 – Insala, a leading global provider of mentoring and talent development solutions, has announced its next webinar, “7 Things I Wish I Knew Before Starting a Mentoring Program.” The webinar is scheduled for Wednesday, April 17, 2013, from 12-1 p.m. EST (5-6 p.m. UK), and registrants are now being accepted.

“7 Things I Wish I Knew Before Starting a Mentoring Program” is a repeat webinar back by popular demand, and will be led by Insala’s mentoring subject matter expert, Judy Corner. Ms. Corner has more than 20 years of experience as a mentoring consultant, and will share seven key points for beginning a corporate mentoring program in the areas of:

– Creating a plan and defining specific goals
– Determining relevant measurements of program success
– Selection and training of mentoring program participants
– Ensuring that mentor-mentee pairs are focused, driven, and successful

Ms. Corner will also present a case study and provide technological options for supporting a corporate mentoring initiative.

“The biggest value that this webinar has for organizations is to illustrate how to save them time and dollars,” Ms. Corner said. “It is highlighting those elements and steps that are important to ensuring success when implementing a mentoring program, as well as the pitfalls they can avoid if they take the time to do it right.”

The webinar will allow for roughly 40 minutes of presentation and 20 minutes of Q&A. Attendees are encouraged to submit questions during the webinar.

Insala offers regular webinars on talent development solutions and strategies for organizations of all sizes, in the areas of career development, mentoring, coaching, career transition, and alumni. To register for this free course, please visit

About Insala

Insala is a leading global provider of talent development solutions through their innovative Web-based SaaS (Software as a Service) technology. Insala seeks to be a partner to organizations by focusing on their employees’ development at every stage of their employee lifecycle, providing solutions for career development, mentoring, coaching, career transition, and corporate alumni programs. For more information, please visit

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