Mentoring AMA: Starting a Mentoring Program and When It’s Time for Software
Join us for an “Ask Me Anything” virtual event with several Chronus mentoring experts! The topic will be about how to start a mentoring program and when it makes sense to think about software to help you automate and scale within your organization. Come ask questions, get advice and gain new insights to run a successful mentoring program.
Come prepared with your own questions, or get some inspiration from the following:
- How do I get buy-in from leadership?
- What are common mistakes to avoid?
- What are the benefits of starting a mentoring program?
- What should I consider before starting a program?
- At what point does using software make sense?
About the Speakers:
Rebekah Kaiser / Director of Account Management / Chronus
As Director of Account Management, Rebekah is responsible for developing long-term strategies to strengthen client relationships, scale, and grow an organization’s mentoring footprint. Prior to Chronus, Rebekah held leadership positions at SaaS companies, Marchex and Rosetta Stone with a focus on the customer journey, from onboarding to renewal.
A member of Latinas in Tech, Rebekah is enthusiastic about leveraging mentoring to increase diversity, equity, and inclusion across the workforce landscape.
Mackenzie Shoemaker-Hoy / CSM Team Manager / Chronus
Mackenzie Shoemaker-Hoy is an Enterprise Customer Success Manager who works with Chronus customers such as Electronic Arts, Uber, and Shell to fully utilize their programs to achieve their mentoring goals. Through her educational experiences and professional career, she’s been a champion for under-resourced communities, creating access to programming that connects individuals with opportunities to succeed.
Mackenzie is a Certified Customer Success Manager (Levels 1 & 2 – Success HACKER) and is also a Certified Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Champion (CDEIC – awarded by Brandon Hall).