Mentoring engineers with impact
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As a mentor you will focus on developing those competences which help mentees to build and sustain their competitive advantages.
This course is aimed at those who are guiding and leading professionals towards achieving their career goals. We offer you a set of tools, principles, goals and practical techniques to successfully start, execute and finalize a mentoring cycle.
Consider this course as a manual and a checklist available whenever you need input or a reminder for what would work to improve the mentoring cycle you have involved yourself in.
Arthur Skenazi holds a Master Degree in Business Economics and has 40 years of professional experience in the private and public sector as well as in academia. Here, he has been coaching and mentoring engineers and other professionals to help them achieve their professional goals.
Mrs. Dewulf is an expert in innovation, involved in several innovation projects together with the University of Ghent and a wide range of international companies.
She received her MSc in Integral Product Design from the University of Antwerp in Belgium in 2000 and specialized in Front End Innovation and Sustainable Product Innovation in TUDelft subsequently.
Mrs. Dewulf is Co-founder and Strategist at ENT Studios, an engineering consultancy located at Ghent (Belgium), with special expertise in high-end IoT, MedTech, SportTech and HealthTech.
Since 2014, Mrs. Dewulf has been working as the Innovation Coach for the Faculty of Engineering and Architecture at Ghent University (Belgium), coaching engineering students in in-company innovation projects. She also performs the task of Program Director of the Postgraduate program in Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Engineering.
Karine Evers is the coordinator of the Postgraduate Programme in Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Engineering at Hasselt University. She graduated as a master of Linguistics and Literature (French and Italian) and in Education.
Before dedicating her expertise in entrepreneurship and coaching to the students at UHasselt, she gained extensive experience in these fields as a purchasing and sales manager in international trade and as an independent entrepreneur.
Céline is the coordinator of the Postgraduate Programme in Innovation and Entrepreneurship in Engineering at KU Leuven. She graduated as a MSc. in Business Engineering at KU Leuven, and additionally obtained a Teacher’s degree. She developed a strong interest in innovation and entrepreneurship while working at the Faculty of Economics and Business, and subsequently transferred to the Faculty of Engineering Technology where she currently works on projects promoting entrepreneurship and innovation for engineering students.