“My research shows definitively that having a network of various types of mentors can make you more successful, both personally and professionally!” – Ellen Ensher

    How to Get a Mentor – Tedx Talk from Ellen Ensher

    Ellen A. Ensher, Ph.D. is a Professor of Management at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, California, USA. Dr. Ensher has an established expertise in mentoring programs and career advice. She is also a frequent key note speaker and workshop leader for conferences, as well as for public and private organizations around the world.

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    Top 100 Leadership Speakers for 2018 - Ellen Ensher

    Power Mentoring by Ellen Ensher and Susan Murphy

    Power Mentoring

    Many of the world’s most notable people, including Richard Branson and Sheryl Sandberg have credited mentoring as a major factor in their success. 50 interviews with top executives (from organizations such as Cisco, NBC, and Universal) as well as prominent U.S. politicians reveal success strategies to connecting with and maximizing mentoring relationships. Power Mentoring highlights how to get ahead professionally by developing a network of different types of mentors. This book provides suggestions for individuals looking to connect informally as well as organizations developing formal mentoring programs.

    Online Courses by Ellen Ensher

    Management Foundations

    Being a manager is a big responsibility. Managers define business goals, prioritize work, and help employees achieve their potential. Success requires concentrated effort and continual practice.

    Being a Good Mentee

    Connecting with a network of mentors is critical to your career development. Mentoring is proven to help professionals feel more engaged, derive more meaning from their careers, and get more raises and promotions. But mentees who get the most value from mentoring are prepared.

    Developing a Mentoring Program

    Formal mentoring programs help organizations retain employees, increase job satisfaction and commitment, and cultivate organizational citizenship behavior.

    Being a Good Mentor

    Becoming a mentor gives you a way to share your wisdom and knowledge with someone less experienced. People who mentor also benefit; studies have shown they often earn more money and promotions than nonmentors.

    Loyola Marymount University 2017 President’s Distinguished Teaching Award Winner, 2017 Fulbright Specialist Awardee, Received 2018 Eddy Award for outstanding teaching from the Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce

    EllenWHAT I LEARNED IN 168 HOURS IN NICARAGUAWhy did Loyola Marymount University (LMU) sponsor 13 faculty/staff on a week-long trip to Nicaragua and why did I go…

    3Consulting/Speaking EngagementsOver the past 20 years Dr. Ensher’s success strategies have been quoted in a number of publications and articles

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    Dr. Ensher has taken her students across the globe and into a world of new learning experiences

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