Michael Lewis Training, Motivation And Development
Our Mentoring Program Workshop To Help YOU Maximize Your Internal Resources
“A Guide to Mutual Mentoring, Sharing and Learning” – 3.0 hours
This three-hour workshop presents mentoring as the highest form of learning and a wonderful opportunity to not only teach and educate but also learn and share experiences with another person. A successful mentoring partnership can be an extremely rewarding and fulfilling experience for both the mentor and protégé because both parties gain new insights into tackling challenges and can share the rewards of success together.
In the session, we will cover through discussion and examples…
- The Proud Tradition Of Mentoring
- Benefits Of A Successful Mentoring Partnership
- Characteristics / Traits Of Effective Mentors
- Core Skills That Every Mentor Needs To Bring To The Relationship
- How To Initiate A Mentoring Relationship
- How To Establish Simple Mentoring Goals and A Program Of Coaching
- How To Listen, Present Advice And Provide Corrective Solutions
- How To Use Positive Reinforcement and Situational Analysis
- How To Overcome / Address Typical Mentoring Relationship Challenges
- When and How To Conclude The Relationship
- …Plus Much More.
To launch a basic “pilot program” of mentoring so that the program will succeed and eventually expand throughout the organization.
To empower mentors to become effective communicators, teachers and listeners.
To ensure mentors are properly oriented to initiate a mentoring relationship.
To inspire mentors how to really succeed at mentoring.
Training time (3.0 hrs) plus (1.0 hr) follow-up session (optional but suggested)
The follow-up session would be to identify any challenges that the mentoring group has identified and as a group discuss solutions. This session provides a “teambuilding” opportunity for this initial core group of mentors.
Our Contact Information/ Booking Availability
Telephone: (519) 453-4264 (London, Ontario)
We are located in London, Ontario.
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