Why Aren’t You Mentoring?
Raising the Bar on Your Mentoring – Avoiding 5 Common Mistakes by Mentors
How to Make the Most of Mentoring Meetings
Six Conversations to Help Your Mentoring Start Strong
Making the Ask: How to Find and Keep a Mentor
Why Women Need Mentors
Lory Fischler is the assistant director of the Center for Mentoring Excellence.. She has over twenty-five years’ experience in consulting, training and coaching clients from a diverse array of organizations, including Fortune 500, healthcare, manufacturing, government and nonprofit organizations. Her clients have included UN Women, National Geographic, WL Gore, the Ontario Principals Council, the Society of Women Engineers and the US Navy.
Lory is the co-author of Starting Strong: A Mentoring Fable and The Mentee’s Guide: Making Mentoring Work for You). She has coauthored numerous articles on the topics of leadership and mentoring, facilitated global webinars and seminars focused on mentoring excellence and interviewed and coached hundreds of mentors and mentees to help them achieve their goals.
Lory is a graduate of Lake Erie College and studied at the University of Grenoble, Boston University and Boston State University. She resides in Phoenix, Arizona is an active community leader.