April Luncheon Event: Are You Ready for Modern Mentoring?

  • 28 Apr 2016
  • 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Ces & Judy's 10405 Clayton Rd, St Louis, MO


  • After April 8th
  • Early Registration- before April 9th
  • Early Registration- before April 9th
  • After April 8th

Registration is closed

Are You Ready for Modern Mentoring?

Presenter: Randy Emelo

Founder and Chief Strategist, River

Traditional mentoring, as we know it, is dead.  Forget one-to-one relationships that are for the few and the elite.  Forget mentors and protégés that fall into and are limited by defined roles and expectations, particularly around who can play what part.  Forget programs that are highly structured, tightly controlled, and designed with a shelf-life.  This is not the way mentoring occurs in the 21st century. 

Today, mentoring is about open, flexible and dynamic learning relationships where anyone can take part, anyone can connect to share information and insights, and anyone can be a learner or advisor.  This new approach is modern mentoring, and it is here to stay.


If you would like to know more about the changing face of mentoring and how it can help your organization, join us for our April luncheon presentation featuring Randy Emelo, author of Modern Mentoring (ATD Press, 2015). 

During this interactive session, you will:  

  • Participate in an exercise that mimics modern mentoring
  • Learn about the factors that define modern mentoring
  • Examine generational issues related to mentoring
  • Discover ways you can bring a modern approach to
  • mentoring to your organization


Presenter’s  Bio:

Randy Emelo is the founder of  River,  a Denver-based company that builds mentoring, coaching, and social learning software.  He is also the company's Chief Strategist, focusing on the development and delivery of a broad array of training, consulting, and support services that compliment River's award-winning software. 

Randy has more than 25 years of experience in management, training, and leadership development, and is a prolific author, speaker, and thought leader on topics related to collaboration, mentoring, social learning, and talent development. 

Randy's experience ranges from a military career with the United States Navy, to leadership development work with non-profits in the Americas, to helping Fortune 500s build mentoring and learning cultures in their organizations


Randy holds a master degree in organizational design and effectiveness from Fielding Graduate University (formerly The Fielding Institute) in Santa Barbara, CA.  Randy's new book, Modern Mentoring, is available now from ATD Press.  


Directions to Ces & Judy's

Notice: The chapter may take photographs or videos during this event and post them on the chapter website or elsewhere. By attending, I agree that ATD St. Louis may use my name and image and/or comments made at this event in all forms and media for education, promotion, and any other lawful purposes.


Association for Talent Development, Saint Louis Chapter, 331 North New Ballas Rd. Suite 410945 St. Louis, MO. 63141
Questions about this website? Contact Us.
Chapter Incentive Program (ChIP) code: CH6012 - For use in the ATD Store
Promote your business with ATD STL: Become a Sponsor or Post a Job

© 2024 ATD St. Louis

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software