Honoring Our Mentors: A Recap of Ceramah Kenangan Guru Sekumpul Jilid 5

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Behind every successful person, there is a mentor who has played a pivotal role in shaping their journey. From providing guidance to sharing wisdom, mentors are the unsung heroes of our lives. And it’s time we honor them for their selfless contribution! Recently, we attended Ceramah Kenangan Guru Sekumpul Jilid 5 – an event that celebrated and paid tribute to the invaluable mentors who have left an indelible mark on our lives. In this blog post, let’s take a trip down memory lane as we recap this heartwarming event and relive the moments that made us feel grateful for having such amazing teachers.”


The theme for this year’s Ceramah Kenangan Guru Sekumpul Jilid (Mentorship Conference) was “Honoring Our Mentors.” This conference was held on November 6-7, 2017, at the Novotel Jakarta Pulogebang in Jakarta, Indonesia.

This year’s conference had a record attendance of 128 participants from all over Indonesia and six international delegates. The keynote speaker was Dr. Yvonne Chua from Monash University in Australia. She shared her experience as a mentor and how it has helped her develop as a scholar. Other keynote speakers included Drs. Achmad Zainal Abidin and Hendra Setiawan from the University of Indonesia, and Sutiyanto from Gadjah Mada University.

The conference featured two tracks: one focused on professional development among mentees, and the other on enhancing mentorship relationships between mentors and mentees. The conference also featured panel discussions, interactive workshops, poster presentations, and a variety of networking opportunities.

Overall, the conference was successful in providing participants with resources to help them develop their mentorship skills and build stronger mentee-mentor relationships.

What Was Featured at Ceramah Kenangan Guru Sekumpul Jilid 5?

At Ceramah Kenangan Guru Sekumpul Jilid 5, participants honored their mentors with words of appreciation and gratitude. Speakers shared stories of how their mentors had helped them grow as leaders and professionals.

One participant shared how her mentor had given her a chance when no one else would. Another said that her mentor’s encouragement was what had kept her going during difficult times. And yet another praised his mentor for teaching her the importance of community service.

Everyone in the room took away something valuable from this event—a renewed sense of responsibility to thank those who have helped them in their journey so far, and the knowledge that there are always more people who can help if we ask for it.

What Lessons Did We Learn From Our Mentors?

1. There are many lessons we can learn from our mentors.
2. Mentors can help us grow as individuals and professionals.
3. It is important to be grateful for the guidance and wisdom our mentors provide.
4. We should always remember how our mentors have helped us in the past, and keep in contact with them.

What Are We Doing to Honor Our Mentors?

1. In October, the Society for Academic Leadership and Management (SALM) organized a conference called “Honoring Our Mentors: A Path Forward.” The conference was designed to bring together scholars from different disciplines to share their experiences and learn from each other about how to create an atmosphere of mentorship within their respective fields.

2. During the conference, participants heard from various scholars about how they have honored their mentors and what strategies have worked best for them. One strategy that was highlighted was creating a plaque or award that is given out to individuals who have made significant contributions in the field of mentorship.

3. Another strategy that was discussed was establishing a committee that is responsible for nominating individuals who have made significant contributions in the field of mentorship. This committee can also help coordinate events that are dedicated to honoring those who have made a positive impact on others in the community.

4. Overall, the conference served as an excellent opportunity for participants to share their experiences and learn from one another about ways to create an atmosphere of mentorship within their respective fields. By taking these measures, scholars hope to encourage future generations of leaders capable of making meaningful contributions in their field

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