Mentoring: Preparingfor the FutureSFMI School Facilities Managers’Personnel Management AcademyDecember 8, 2010
What is mentoring?   Relationship-building oriented toward    personal growth and development   Organizations with mento...
What is a mentor? Coach? Teacher? Confidant? Friend? Trusted advisor? Experienced? Wise?
What is a protégé?Individual who: Wants career direction. Wants to learn about other areas of the  organization. Wants ...
How does mentoring work? Mentoring relationships work best if  voluntary and confidential Successful mentoring relations...
How do mentoringrelationships come about? Self-initiated pairings work best Should be natural and comfortable –  chemist...
How many mentors cansomeone have? One person cannot have time or skills  to provide all the information, advice,  and exp...
Mentoring works in alldirections and at all levelsThree mentoring relationships toconsider: An in-district mentor for you...
In-District mentors for the SBG Superiors* Peers – principals, business officials,  athletic directors, key faculty Boa...
SBGA as mentor for the SBGand Key Staff Relationship building with peers Developing a support group Problem solving Sy...
Mentoring in your department Identifying key subordinates Succession planning Establishing relationships Working the r...
Personal experiences withmentoring People who have mentored you in  your career What have you appreciated most  about me...
MentoringIt’s all about building productiverelationships that enable your personalgrowth and development and improvethe pe...
Upcoming SlideShare
Loading in...5
×

Mentoring

698

Published on

Published in: Health & Medicine, Business
0 Comments
1 Like
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

No Downloads
Views
Total Views
698
On Slideshare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
0
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
18
Comments
0
Likes
1
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

Mentoring

  1. 1. Mentoring: Preparingfor the FutureSFMI School Facilities Managers’Personnel Management AcademyDecember 8, 2010
  2. 2. What is mentoring? Relationship-building oriented toward personal growth and development Organizations with mentoring cultures also experience growth and development
  3. 3. What is a mentor? Coach? Teacher? Confidant? Friend? Trusted advisor? Experienced? Wise?
  4. 4. What is a protégé?Individual who: Wants career direction. Wants to learn about other areas of the organization. Wants feedback on how they’re perceived and what to do to become more successful. Wants to become more politically savvyGet in touch with motivations of protégés
  5. 5. How does mentoring work? Mentoring relationships work best if voluntary and confidential Successful mentoring relationships are nurtured and planned Mentoring partners meet face-to-face or connect via telephone or email at least monthly It’s fluid - don’t expect people to know how to mentor or be mentored
  6. 6. How do mentoringrelationships come about? Self-initiated pairings work best Should be natural and comfortable – chemistry Mutual interest mandatory Be honest about the time and energy required Broker relationships, but don’t try to “arrange marriages”
  7. 7. How many mentors cansomeone have? One person cannot have time or skills to provide all the information, advice, and experience a protégé needs to grow and develop to the highest potential Encourage protégés to build a personal "board of directors" to help further career growth and learning.
  8. 8. Mentoring works in alldirections and at all levelsThree mentoring relationships toconsider: An in-district mentor for you SBGA members as mentors for you and key staff Mentoring key protégés in your department
  9. 9. In-District mentors for the SBG Superiors* Peers – principals, business officials, athletic directors, key faculty Board members* Union leaders**Caution and care needed
  10. 10. SBGA as mentor for the SBGand Key Staff Relationship building with peers Developing a support group Problem solving Sympathetic ears Accelerating growth of subordinates
  11. 11. Mentoring in your department Identifying key subordinates Succession planning Establishing relationships Working the relationship Improving your effectiveness Improving the department’s effectiveness
  12. 12. Personal experiences withmentoring People who have mentored you in your career What have you appreciated most about mentoring you received? What actions have you taken to receive maximum benefit from mentors?
  13. 13. MentoringIt’s all about building productiverelationships that enable your personalgrowth and development and improvethe performance of your departmentand key staff members
  1. A particular slide catching your eye?

    Clipping is a handy way to collect important slides you want to go back to later.

×