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  • Module One: Introduction To Mentoring
  • Welcome! Ann Rolfe
  • Welcome!
    • First of twelve modules
    Ann Rolfe
  • Welcome!
    • First of twelve modules
    • Interactive
    Ann Rolfe
  • Welcome!
    • First of twelve modules
    • Interactive
    • Worksheets
    Ann Rolfe
  • Welcome!
    • First of twelve modules
    • Interactive
    • Worksheets
    • 20 minutes per module
    Ann Rolfe
  • Welcome!
    • First of twelve modules
    • Interactive
    • Worksheets
    • 20 minutes per module
    • Pause to complete activities
    Ann Rolfe
  • Welcome!
    • First of twelve modules
    • Interactive
    • Worksheets
    • 20 minutes per module
    • Pause to complete activities
    • Watch and listen as often as you like
    Ann Rolfe
  • Aims Of This Module Module One answers the following questions
  • Aims Of This Module
    • What’s it like to be mentored?
    Module One answers the following questions
  • Aims Of This Module
    • What’s it like to be mentored?
    • Why might I want to be involved in mentoring?
    Module One answers the following questions
  • Aims Of This Module
    • What’s it like to be mentored?
    • Why might I want to be involved in mentoring?
    • How does mentoring work?
    Module One answers the following questions
  • What’s It Like To Be Mentored?
  • My First Mentor ...
  • My First Mentor ...
    • Was natural
    • Challenged me
    • Stretched me
    • Led by example
    • Asked powerful questions
  • My First Mentor ...
    • Was natural
    • Challenged me
    • Stretched me
    • Led by example
    • Asked powerful questions
    And I ...
    • Learned and grew
    • Gained confidence and
    • Became more competent
  • Who are the people with whom you have had conversations or relationships that provided you with support, encouraged you or stimulated your thinking and allowed you to come up with new ideas?
  • What did they do? How, specifically were they able to assist you? What would you have liked someone to do?
  • Why We’re Here Mentoring is too strategically valuable and personally beneficial to be left to chance
  • A Structured Program
  • A Structured Program
    • Links people who want personal development and growth
  • A Structured Program
    • Links people who want personal development and growth
    • Helps them focus on setting and achieving goals
  • A Structured Program
    • Links people who want personal development and growth
    • Helps them focus on setting and achieving goals
    • Provides support and resources that facilitate effective mentoring relationships
  • This Program Is structured and goal-oriented but is designed to allow you a great deal of flexibility yet offer maximum support so that people get the most out of the opportunity
  • Case Studies Read “In Their Own Words”
  • How Does Mentoring Work?
  • A Mentor Is Someone Who
  • Listens A Mentor Is Someone Who
  • A Mentor Is Someone Who Questions Listens
  • A Mentor Is Someone Who Questions Offers another point of view Listens
  • A Mentor Is Someone Who Questions Offers another point of view Provides feedback Listens
  • A Mentor Is Someone Who Questions Offers another point of view Provides feedback Explores options Listens
  • A Mentor Is Someone Who Questions Offers another point of view Provides feedback Explores options Offers advice Listens
  • A Mentor Is Someone Who Questions Offers another point of view Provides feedback Explores options Offers advice Is a sounding board Listens
  • A Mentor Is Someone Who Questions Offers another point of view Provides feedback Explores options Offers advice Is a sounding board Challenges and stretches the mentee Listens
  • The Mentoring Process 1 2 3 4 Current Reality Reflection Informed Decisions Action © Mentoring Works
  • The Mentoring Process “ Where am I now?” 1 2 3 4 Current Reality Reflection Informed Decisions Action © Mentoring Works
  • The Mentoring Process “ Where am I now?” “ Where do I want to be?” 1 2 3 4 Current Reality Reflection Informed Decisions Action © Mentoring Works
  • The Mentoring Process “ Where am I now?” “ Where do I want to be?” 1 2 “ How do I get there?” 3 4 Current Reality Reflection Informed Decisions Action © Mentoring Works
  • The Mentoring Process “ Where am I now?” “ Where do I want to be?” 1 2 “ How do I get there?” 3 4 “ How am I doing?” Current Reality Reflection Informed Decisions Action © Mentoring Works
  • Why Might You Want To Be Involved In Mentoring?
  • Advantages of Being Mentored
  • Advantages of Being Mentored
      • Support for setting and achieving goals
  • Advantages of Being Mentored
      • Support for setting and achieving goals
      • Increased confidence and self esteem
  • Advantages of Being Mentored
      • Support for setting and achieving goals
      • Increased confidence and self esteem
      • Personal growth and self-development
  • Advantages of Being Mentored
      • Support for setting and achieving goals
      • Increased confidence and self esteem
      • Personal growth and self-development
      • Expanded vision
  • Advantages of Being Mentored
      • Support for setting and achieving goals
      • Increased confidence and self esteem
      • Personal growth and self-development
      • Expanded vision
      • Extended networks and support systems
  • Advantages of Being Mentored
      • Support for setting and achieving goals
      • Increased confidence and self esteem
      • Personal growth and self-development
      • Expanded vision
      • Extended networks and support systems
      • Improved communication skills
  • What Do You Want From Mentoring?
    • N eeds?
    • I nterests?
    • C hallenges?
    • E xpectations?
    Source: The Allied Health Mentor Training Program Centre for Continuing Professional Education, 1997 (Adapted by Christopher Chevalier)
  • Benefits for Mentors
  • Benefits for Mentors
      • Increased self-awareness
  • Benefits for Mentors
      • Increased self-awareness
      • New ideas
  • Benefits for Mentors
      • Increased self-awareness
      • New ideas
      • Different perspectives on issues
  • Benefits for Mentors
      • Increased self-awareness
      • New ideas
      • Different perspectives on issues
      • Enhanced communication and leadership skills
  • Benefits for Mentors
      • Increased self-awareness
      • New ideas
      • Different perspectives on issues
      • Enhanced communication and leadership skills
      • Personal growth
  • Benefits for Mentors
      • Increased self-awareness
      • New ideas
      • Different perspectives on issues
      • Enhanced communication and leadership skills
      • Personal growth
      • Increased self-esteem
  • Benefits for Mentors
      • Increased self-awareness
      • New ideas
      • Different perspectives on issues
      • Enhanced communication and leadership skills
      • Personal growth
      • Increased self-esteem
      • Making a contribution, leaving a legacy
  • Summary
  • Summary
    • What’s it like to be mentored?
  • Summary
    • What’s it like to be mentored?
    • Why might you want to be involved in mentoring?
  • Summary
    • What’s it like to be mentored?
    • Why might you want to be involved in mentoring?
    • How does mentoring work?
  • Ann Rolfe
    • Module Two: What Will Be Expected Of Me?
    • Q&A on the Blog
    • Teleseminar
    • On-line Resources
    • look for the email in your in-box
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