Mentoring in the Workplace Course

By:  16/03/2012
Keywords: courses, Training Programmes, elearning

If you have knowledge or experience or are simply a good listener you have probably already been a mentor – helping someone to learn, sort out a problem or devise a plan. It may have happened spontaneously and the word ‘mentor’ may never have been used. The term ‘mentoring’ is being used more widely now in our society and people are often encouraged to seek out a mentor. In this course you will learn about mentoring and what it takes to be a mentor. By the end of this course you should have a much clearer idea of mentoring and more specifically, you will be able to: Describe what mentoring means to you Describe a model of mentoring Outline the benefits of mentoring Understand key types of mentoring and their application in business Describe the roles and responsibilities of mentors and mentees Outline the critical skills required by mentors Describe potential phases in the mentoring relationship Utilise some tools to help manage the mentoring relationship This course is 3 hours long and will cover the following topics: Mentoring in the Workplace Background to Mentoring Mentoring and Tacit Knowledge What is Mentoring? Theories of Mentoring Mentoring Model Mentor’s Role and Responsibilities Supervisors v Mentors Mentee’s Role and Responsibilities Why Introduce Mentoring? Benefits of Mentoring Organisational Benefits Mentor Benefits Mentee Benefits Key Skills of Mentoring Skills of Effective Mentors Mentoring Skills Questioning Skills Providing Advice Problem Solving Mentoring Life Cycle Mentoring Meetings Tips For Your First Meeting Goal Setting Mentoring Plan Mentoring Agreements The GROW Model How to Use the GROW Model The Johari Window Model Barriers to Mentoring

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