Staff at all levels can, with training, play a significant role as technical experts or trusted individuals to support the development of other staff. This program introduces the key components of mentoring and the skills required of those who take up the mentoring role.

Overview

In-house mentoring is increasingly seen as an important part of the mix for the development of staff within organisations. The role that can be played by senior staff, technical experts or trusted individuals to support the development, particularly that of younger staff, is very significant. This program introduces the key components of mentoring and the skills required of those who take up the mentoring role.

Who Will Benefit

Individuals, managers, supervisors or HR professionals who are being asked to mentor other key staff within the organisation, or who wish to implement a mentoring program within an organisation.

Program Content

  • Distinguishing mentoring from coaching
  • Characteristics of successful mentoring programs
  • Models of mentoring
  • Skills and knowledge required of successful mentors and mentees
  • Skills practice sessions.

Learning Outcomes

Participants should be able to:

  • Describe the components of a successful mentoring scheme
  • Engage a staff member in a mentor/mentee relationship
  • Support other people involved as mentors or mentees.
Program Number
133
Duration
1 Day
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