Workshop 4 - Effective Mentoring

25th  Feb 2019

New ideas and ways of thinking

Cost: $110

(plus sticky ticket fee)


Jo Eady has been Director at RuralScope for almost 20 years. Her passion for helping people in agriculture and rural industries in all aspects of leadership flows through in the expert facilitation she provides. In addition, Jo is a strategist, coach, mentor and educator supporting individuals, groups, organisations and industries in the development of their people. Results include increased leadership and productivity via customised people capability plans.

Through her work, Jo has successfully established mentoring programs for the Australian cotton and grain industries as well as women in agriculture and young people in business.  She is also the Project Leader for the recently launched Mentor4Ag project. Jo is an optimist, avid reader and loves to travel. She enjoys playing tennis, gardening and cooking up a storm for family and friends.  She lives and works from South Gippsland in rural Victoria.



TAFE Queensland - Kingaroy Campus

  Cnr Geritz and Bunya Highway, Kingaroy
Time: 8.30am arrival for 9am start
Refreshments: Morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea will be provided and catered for by TAFE Queensland hospitality students
Workshop close: 4.30pm

Stay for Dinner?

Complimentary Dinner 

Workshop participants are invited to stay back and attend a community dinner where your workshop facilitator, Jo Eady, will give a guest presentation on the above topic.  Dinner is 5.30pm arrival for 6pm.  The evening will close at 8.30pm.  

If you would like to attend the dinner, please book at the time of booking your workshop. 


This workshop will cover:

  • What is mentoring?
  • How can I utilise mentoring to be more effective?
  • Can I mentor younger people in my community?
  • How can mentoring support business?

Explore mentoring and what it may have to offer our region.

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