Navigating the Mentoring Relationship
Wednesday, November 2nd, 2016
1:00 - 2:30 pm EST
Whether you’re new to mentoring or just looking to brush up your style, our expert panel of mentors and mentees will help you ensure that you have the skills to approach a mentoring relationship with confidence. Learn how to set expectations, give and receive constructive feedback, and build your professional network. After exploring the mentoring relationship from a variety of perspectives, attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions. This webinar is free to CALL Student Members and CALL Unwaged Members.
Tanya Davis has been the Provincial Law Librarian at the Law Society of New Brunswick Library since September 2006. She received her MLIS from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee in 2011 and is a member of Beta Phi Mu - International Library and Information Studies Honor Society. She has been a member of CALL/ACBD since 2003 and was the 2009 recipient of the CALL Education Reserve Fund Grant. Tanya was Co-Chair of the Program Committee of the CALL/ACBD 2015 Conference held in Moncton, NB and has been a member of the Membership Development Committee since 2010. She is a member of the Atlantic Provinces Library Association (APLA), the Association of Professional Librarians of New Brunswick (APLNB) and has contributed to the APLNB quarterly publication.
Steve Carroll is an experienced, certified and accomplished association executive with a track record of success and a passion for association management.
Through effective management of relationships with a diverse group of stakeholders, strong financial acumen and implementation of new revenue streams, Carroll has helped associations achieve and exceed their strategic goals. In addition, Carroll has extensive experience with helping to lead an organization through a governance reform process and a strategic planning exercise. In his role as Chair of the National Allied Golf Associations, Carroll was the golf industry spokesperson for the creation, development and distribution of the first Canadian Economic Impact Study for Golf.
Steve Carroll is a Certified Association Executive (CAE), member of the Canadian Society of Association Executives since 1994 and most recently served as Education Committee Chair for the Canadian Society of Association Executives National Conference. An active member of the Canadian association community, Carroll served as President of the BC Chapter of the Canadian Society of Association Executives and led the chapter to a Chapter of the Year award while serving as its President. Carroll currently is the President of the Trillium Chapter of the Canadian Society of Association Executives.
A Masters Degree graduate in Sport Administration from the University of Ottawa, Carroll has earned a Certificate in Sport Administration from York University and an Undergraduate Degree in Political Science from the University of Calgary. A former member of the University of Calgary Dinosaurs football team, Carroll has combined a love of sport and recreation with business administration skills and professional development to build a very successful and accomplished career as an association executive and sport administrator.
Married to Ann Carroll, a PGA of Canada golf professional and high performance golf coach for Golf Canada’s women’s national team, Steve, his wife Ann and two sons Justin and Jackson reside in Mississauga, Ontario.
Martha is currently the Library Manager at the Ontario Workplace Tribunals Library and has worked with libraries in the provincial, municipal and IT sectors to improve programs and collections, integrate e-content and improve usability in access to information. Martha has been a CALL mentor for the past 4 yrs and is a member of the Membership Development Committee and the Communications Chair for CALL. Martha has been a presenter and guest lecturer at the University of Waterloo, Faculty of Engineering, University of Toronto iSchool, University of Western, Faculty Library & Information Science, Ontario Government Library Council, Ontario Fire Chiefs Association and Canadian Fire Safety Association.
Megan is the Community Development Specialist for the Legal Resource Centre of Alberta (operating as the Centre for Public Legal Education Alberta) in Edmonton, Alberta. Megan is responsible for developing and upholding community partnerships, performing user needs assessments, and acting as an internal resource to CPLEA staff on education matters. Megan has always been active in the realm of professional development since her enrollment in the MLIS program at the University of Western Ontario. Now, well into her second year of law librarianship, Megan is currently the Chair of the Edmonton Law Libraries Association (ELLA), outgoing Membership Chair of the SLA Western Canada Chapter, Past President of the Youth Restorative Action Project (YRAP), and Chair of the YRAP Fundraising Committee. More recently, she has moderated her first webinar as a member of the CALL/ACBD Webinar Sub-Committee, completed her first submission for the Canadian Law Library Review (CLLR), and joined the CALL/ACBD New Professionals SIG.