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October 25, 2018
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October 29, 2018
1:00PM - 3:00PM ET



Course Description

Assessing behavioral styles and understanding what motivates your team is a critical component of developing leaders, mentees, and mentors. Join Ed Robinson, a recognized expert in the areas of leadership development and revenue growth, as he reviews the DiSC profile. Learn about the key characteristics of a mentor, key core competencies of a mentee, and the components of a six-step system to mentee employees. You'll also learn about the various types of leaders, including what motivates leadership in people as well as what demotivates leaders. Finally, Ed will cover the key attributes of a mentoring program and show you how to implement a mentoring plan.


Ed Robinson, CPA, CSP

Ed Robinson, CPA, CSP, is a highly recognized international speaker, business-growth coach, and author. A “recovering CPA” with an engaging personality, Ed has a wealth of experience and is a proven leader. His audiences leave with a renewed commitment to professionalism and success.

President and CEO of Robinson Performance Group with over 30 years’ experience in professional service organizations, Ed provides unique growth strategies and leadership consulting to businesses. Many of his clients experience a dramatic increase in revenue production by applying his ideas and teachings.

Ed is a certified professional speaker (CSP), a designation of the International Federation of Professional Speakers. Only 10% of its members have earned this prestigious designation. Having spoken in over 25 countries, Ed is sought after globally for his speaking, coaching, and rainmaking techniques.

Course Specifics

May 17, 2017

Compliance Information

Qualifies for CA Fraud: No

Learning Objectives

Upon successful completion, participants will be able to:

  • Understand how to develop leaders in your organization and the importance of this development
  • Identify key characteristics and attributes of a mentor, mentee, and leader, noting motivating and demotivating factors
  • Identify those who can be considered part of the succession plan when the management team retires
  • Develop core leadership competencies and a formal mentoring plan

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