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Wed, Jan 19


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Elevating Remote Mentoring with Inclusion at Its Core

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Elevating Remote Mentoring with Inclusion at Its Core
Elevating Remote Mentoring with Inclusion at Its Core

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Jan 19, 2022, 12:00 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. EST

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How can you strategically elevate and leverage a remote mentoring program as part of your organization’s efforts to develop and demonstrate inclusive behaviour?

In this interactive session, learn about the Inclusive Workplace Competencies developed by TRIEC (Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council), a unique and free tool leveraged by organizations across Canada and around the world, which provides guidance and insight into what it actually means to be inclusive in different contexts and the skills and knowledge needed to be able to act inclusively. Explore practical take aways on how mentors and learning professionals leading mentoring programs can learn, practice and demonstrate inclusive behaviour to strengthen mentoring partnerships and build capacity within their organizations.

Speaker Biographies

Nupur Khandelwal is a thought leader and an experienced Human Resources professional that helps people and organizations deliver human-centric programs. At the LCBO, Nupur is the Sr. Manager of Talent & Performance Management where she leads enterprise-wide talent and learning initiatives to enhance the employee experience.

Nupur is the co-founder of SheRocks! – a social enterprise committed to empowering women through confidence building programs. She actively volunteers as a mentor with the Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council (TRIEC) and as an elected parent council executive with the Toronto District School Board (TDSB). Nupur is a Diversity Council member for the Women’s Executive Network and is a 2021 Woman of Inspiration Award finalist with Universal Womens’ Network.

Nupur holds a Bachelors of Human Resources Management degree, Master’s of Education degree with focus on Adult Education and Community Development and the Certified Human Resources Leader (CHRL) designation. More:

Rachel Crowe is an experienced facilitator and instructional designer with over 20 years of experience in intercultural competence training and adult education. She is the designer and lead facilitator of the highly regarded Certificate in Inclusive Leadership program. She has also provided consultation support to employers in the GTA with taking a strategic and systemic approach to equity, inclusion and diversity change. Currently, Rachel is leading and facilitating TRIEC’s latest employer initiative, the unique Career Advancement for Immigrant Professionals program.

Rachel holds a Master’s degree in Communication and Culture with a focus on intercultural communication and online media and a BA in Socio-Cultural Anthropology. She has also completed a fellowship with the Summer Institute for Intercultural Communication (SIIC) in Portland, Oregon. She has worked in finance, higher education, and not-for-profit sectors. More:

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