MENTORING ORIENTATION: After successfully completing this section, you will be able to:
- Contrast coaching and mentoring on their different factors.
- Identify key effective and ineffective characteristics of a successful mentor.
- Identify key effective and ineffective characteristics of a successful mentee.
- List the benefits of mentoring for the mentors, mentees and the supporting organization
- State why mentoring is a learning relationship rooted in the principles of adult learning.
- Define the four stages of a mentoring relationship.
MENTOR TRAINING: After successfully completing this section, you will be able to:
- List the main responsibilities of a mentor.
- Identify qualities of a successful mentor.
- Describe the two mentor competencies needed to build rapport.
- Illustrate the different types of effective questions.
- Demonstrate the difference between providing constructive feedback and giving praise/criticism.
- Develop a Mentoring Partnership Agreement.
MENTEE TRAINING: After successfully completing this section, you will be able to:
- List the main responsibilities of a mentee.
- Apply the four steps for improving your listening skills.
- Illustrate the barriers to active listening.
- Define the five components of a SMART goal.
- Contrast “I” statements and “you” statements as they apply to resolving differences.
- Develop an Action Plan for each of your goals
MENTORING RELATIONSHIP EVALUATION: After successfully completing this section, you will be able to:
- Distinguish between a process evaluation and an outcome evaluation.
- Illustrate a process evaluation by providing examples of process assessment questions.
- Illustrate an outcome evaluation by providing examples of outcome assessment questions.
This training includes the following topics:
Section I: Mentoring Orientation
Unit 1 Mentoring…What Is It?
Unit 2 Mentoring…Why does it Work?
Unit 3 Mentoring…Getting the Most from the Relationship
Unit 4 Overview of the Mentoring Process
Section II: Mentor Training
Unit 1 How to be an Effective Mentor
Unit 2 Mentor Skills Critical to Building Rapport
Unit 3 Mentor Skills Critical to Setting Direction
Unit 4 Mentor Skills Critical to Sustaining Progress
Unit 5 Your First Mentoring Meeting: the Mentor's Viewpoint
Unit 6 Mentor: Putting it All Together
Section III: Mentee Training
Unit 1 How to be a Successful Mentee
Unit 2 Mentee Skills Critical to Rapport Building
Unit 3 Mentee Skills Critical to Direction Setting
Unit 4 Mentee Skills Critical for Sustaining Progress
Unit 5 Planning for Your First Mentoring Meeting: the Mentee Viewpoint
Unit 6 Mentee: Putting it All Together
Unit 7 Mentee Top Ten List
Section IV: Evaluating the Mentoring Relationship
Mentoring Partnership Review: Process and Outcome Evaluations
Process Evaluation: a Periodic Mentoring Partnership Check-up
Outcome Evaluation: an Assessment of the Growth and Success of Both Partners
Section V: Summary
Section VI: Assessment Instruments
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