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Author Interview with Lori Crever

January 26, 2022 @ 12:00 pm - 12:30 pm CST



Join host, Regina Barr, and Lori Crever, for a 30 minute podcast as they discuss her book, Protégé Power: A Roadmap to Mentorship, on Wednesday, January 26, 2022 @ 12 noon CT. 


A mentor is someone who can help you to make intelligent and potentially life-changing career decisions.

You may have an idea about a next career step but fear moving forward. As many in the Women at the Top® community know, having a mentor can deliver a dose of courage and a well-placed push. Working with a mentor is like having a career GPS. A mentor provides a different perspective, a new way through otherwise not known or previously considered. A mentor can see hidden strengths and offer suggestions on how to amplify these or identify subtle weaknesses to be corrected. Many accomplished people credit a mentor as key to their success.

In this session with Lori, we are going to discuss how to identify the right mentor for you, attract that person’s interest in your success, and cultivate a rapport to invite a range of practical career advice.

Lori Crever is a lifelong performing artist who worked for two decades inside a Fortune 50 company managing communications and employee engagement programs for its international division in 38 countries. Grounded in the humanities, Lori constructed and led the most celebrated and replicated career mentor program across the enterprise. Her methods have proven effective for mentors and mentees alike, resulting in career breakthroughs for professionals of all levels. She is the author of the book Protégé Power: A Roadmap for Mentorship. When not speaking on workplace issues of engagement and inclusion, Lori performs improvisational comedy and is a frequent participant in poetry and storytelling events.

Learn more about Teresa, her book and her programs at www.protegepower.com. 


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January 26, 2022
12:00 pm - 12:30 pm CST
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