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CIC 2050 Group Speed Mentoring Event

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Speed Mentoring is a light-hearted approach to mentoring and a bit like speed dating! It is a managed event where mentees get to spend 15 minutes each with three/four separate industry experts, to talk about a particular challenge or issue or seek career path advice. The event provides an opportunity to be in the company of well respected professionals and to gain knowledge from a cross-sector group of industry leaders. There will also be an opportunity to network at the end of the one-to-one sessions.

The CIC 2050 Group is made up of young professionals who are keen to connect with the different generations in our industry, to facilitate the transfer of knowledge and to develop and influence the construction industry of the future.

The aim of the event is to provide professionals, in the early stages of their career, with an opportunity to learn from those with considerable experience.

Further information about the pilot Speed Mentoring event can be found here:
CIC News Story: CIC 2050 Group Speed Mentoring pilot hailed a great success
CIC News Story:

CIC Blog: CIC Speed Mentoring… an inspiring idea!

Leeds Event
If you would like to register as a mentee please click here for and supply your details and a brief biography.

Mentors include Andrew Link – CIC, Colin Harrop – Jones Lang LaSalle, David Warburton - City of York Countil, Jillian Hardie – ARUP, Mark Roper – CECA, Nigel Ingram – Aurora Estates, Peter Crosland – CECA, Richard Wilks – APS, Tom Oulton – East Riding of Yorkshire Council and Tony Hickton – Hickton Consultants.

London Event
This event is being kindly hosted by Gardiner & Theobald. If you would like to register as a mentee please click here for and supply your details and a brief biography.

Mentors include Chris Welch – G&T, Danna Walker – CIC, Elaine Lewis - Cadventure, David Miller – David Miller Architects, Graham Stallwood - The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, Greg Craig – Skanska, Holly Porter – Surface to Air Architects, Jason J Speechly-Dick – Atkins, John Eynon - Open Water Consulting, Julia Evans – BSRIA, Mary-Rose Griffiths – G&T, Michael Wadood – MLM Building Control, Richard Saxon CBE, Tom Makokha - Mongahans, Sarah Fray – IStructE, Sue Illman – Illman Young Landscape Design Limited, Terry Stocks - Dept of Justice/BIM task Group, Tristan McDonnell – ARUP and Vaughan Burnand – VEB Lean.

Places are limited and are allocated on a first come, first served basis. This event is for those looking to take the next step in their career and not those in full time education or recent graduates.