The Influential Yet Delicate Balance of Mentoring with Shauna Noonan

There are multiple steps along the path to developing skill sets of young professionals. Coaching up technical know-how is critical, but equally important is providing an opportunity for those individuals to work on interpersonal skills in order to better navigate the industry. 

Shauna Noonan discusses the importance of effectively mentoring bright, young minds as part of an industry-wide initiative to attract and retain incoming talent.

Each month, Shauna joins The SPE Podcast to discuss her President's Column and to share her SPE journey. We'll end each of these podcasts asking the audience an interactive question.

From this Episode

SPE eMentoring:https://www.spe.org/en/ementoring/

SPE Bookstore: https://store.spe.org/

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Strengthening the Quality of SPE's Technical Content

Reinforcing Core Strengths, Delivering Membership Value

Q&A With 2020 SPE President Shauna Noonan

2020 SPE President Promises to Focus on Strengthening Organization’s Engineering Core

 

From Shauna's February President's Column:

For 2020, my goals include being both a mentor and mentee. While I believe I have much to contribute to our younger members, I also have much to learn. I want to encourage more of our members to set goals around mentoring and want to make this the month where we take time to recognize and thank those who have had a positive impact on us as our mentors.

Question of the Month
Name a mentor who made an impact on your career and why.
Please send your response to president@spe.org.
 

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