Taking Charge of Your Professional Growth with the Power of Self-Mentoring

Tuesday, July 23, 12 p.m. Eastern time | Register now

Presenter: Amanda Mewborn, executive director of project management, Piedmont Healthcare - Atlanta

As we progress in our careers, it can be difficult to find mentors. In addition, great leaders who would make great mentors for us are often too busy to mentor the people who request their mentorship.

While there are many great formal mentorship programs, through our employers, alumni networks, and professional societies, one mentorship opportunity is not being fully utilized: self-mentoring. There are four components to self-mentoring which will be reviewed as opportunities to take charge of your professional growth.

Amanda Mewborn is an industrial engineer and registered nurse specializing in healthcare improvement. She earned an M.S. in health systems and a B.S. in industrial and systems engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology, as well as a B.S. in nursing from Georgia State University. Mewborn is a lean black belt, diplomate in the Society for Health Systems, and board member of the Institute for Industrial and Systems Engineers.

Mewborn's experience is in working at hospitals, technology firms and consulting firms. She is serving as senior vice president of technical operations for the Institute of Industrial and Systems Engineers. She currently works as executive director of project management at Piedmont Healthcare in Atlanta where she is working on a $450 Million building expansion project at the health system's flagship hospital campus. Mewborn has written many articles and book chapters and presented at conferences nationwide.

SHARE