Karen Telling joins industry experts as mentor for new Revo Hub Programme
Waterman are delighted that Karen Telling, Director for Waterman Structures and an active member of the Revo Technical Affairs Committee, has joined five other industry professionals from Cushman & Wakefield, Hoare Lea, Lunson Mitchenall, Ellandi, Leslie Jones and Charles Russell Speechlys for the new Revo Hub Mentoring Programme.
Designed to provide a more personalised approach to achieving the next steps in an engineer’s career, the mentor programme includes tactics on how to enter a negotiation, self-assured communication and what it means to be a good leader. A competition has been put in place for hopeful mentees to apply stating why they are interested and how they would benefit from working alongside a mentor.
With over 22 years’ practise within civil and structural engineering, Karen has gained considerable experience working on developments of varying types and sizes as head of Waterman’s mixed-use and urban regeneration team. As well as becoming a Fellow of the Institute of Civil Engineers in 2018, she has been at the forefront of all issues relating to mixed-use and retail developments as part of Revo’s Technical Affairs Committee.
A passionate mentor for Waterman’s own young professionals, Karen said; “This initiative by Revo is a great opportunity to inspire and motivate the next generation of engineers and future industry leaders. I look forward to meeting the new mentees and helping them make the most of their career opportunities.”
If you would like to learn more about the mentoring programme, click here.