There are so many components to quality patient care that it is challenging to “master” them all. What if you could come together with other professionals who possess knowledge or experience that could help you or your practice? There are a number of veteran audiologists as well as rising professionals who have wisdom, qualifications, narratives, and unique journeys to share. The purpose of this talk is to rethink the traditional mentor/mentee vertical relationship and explore collaboration in the form of circle…where all professionals, regardless of age or experience, learn from each other.
Course created on April 20, 2022
- After this course, participants will be able to define what a mentor is and list the types of mentors.
- After this course, participants will be able to define the differences between an audiology mentor and a coach.
- After this course, participants will be able to describe the benefits of mentorship and a mentoring circle compared to one-on-one mentorships in audiology.
|5-10 Minutes||Why is Mentoring Important?|
|10-15 Minutes||Definition of Mentor vs Coach|
|15-30 Minutes||Identifying Types of Mentors; Defining What a Good Mentor Looks Like; How to Ask Someone to Be a Mentor|
|30-45 Minutes||Defining Mentoring Circles and How They Can be Effective|
|45-55 Minutes||How Can Audiology Improve Leadership by Using a Mentoring Circle|
Dr. Natalie Phillips is Owner of Audiology Center of Northern Colorado in Fort Collins, Colorado. Dr. Phillips has served on the Board of Directors for the Colorado Academy of Audiology and on various convention committees for the American Academy of Audiology as well as the Support Personnel Task Force. Dr. Phillips has experience developing early hearing detection programs in various hospitals throughout the state of Texas. Her work then took her to Southern California, where she collaborated with a neurotologist, taking over the practice of Dr. William House. She has participated in research within the field of audiology, including cochlear implants, tinnitus devices and a fully implantable hearing system. Dr. Phillips is particularly interested in tinnitus and has been providing tinnitus and sound sensitivity therapy options to patients for the past 23 years. In addition to seeing patients and being involved in research and on clinical advisory boards, she continues to pursue opportunities to participate in humanitarian audiology and believes in connecting with people both inside and outside of the hearing industry to be able to make a bigger impact in the world. She is host of a weekly live-streamed show, “All Things AuD,” discussing various topics within Audiology.
Outside of Audiology, Dr. Phillips is author of a book released in 2020 titled ACT Now: A Simple Guide to Take Action on Your Greatest Goals and Dreams, and is also a best-selling contributing author of 1Habit of the World’s Greatest Leaders. She is co-founder of ACT Now Consulting, helping creatives confidently take action on the ideas they have been dreaming of pursuing. She also served as a Global Ambassador for a global initiative and movement to provide the tools, technology, and resources to empower women as leaders and successful entrepreneurs. She is passionate about building deep relationships and authentic connections to help make a difference in the world together. She created and is Founder and CEO of Connect4Excellence, LLC, a company dedicated to guide individuals, entrepreneurs, and businesses to connect to their own mission and culture, to connect to others at organized events, to connect to their own voice with a bigger audience on social media, and to connect to be able to give back and create social impact. Tune in to her current podcast, Connecting A Better World, found on your podcast app of choice.
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