Technology to Sustain Mentoring/Coaching relationships

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Nov. 8 2012 presentation to OCSOA mentorship program. Tools to help sustain the mentor and mentee relationship when Face to Face meetings are not possible.

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  • Presentation delivered to the OCSOA Mentoring and Coaching Program – November 8, 2012
  • Try to commit to as many face to face meetings as possible so that you can benefit from all of the social cues
  • Try to commit to as many face to face meetings as possible so that you can benefit from all of the social cues
  • Video clip – shark tank – which one is the mentee and which is the mentor?
  • Whenever possible meeting face to face is best, but this is not always possible and not always the most economical means to stay connected when your mentor or mentee is in another part of the province
  • Phoning is an option – but the mentee or mentor is not always at their desk or able to take the call
  • Phoning is an option – but the mentee or mentor is not always at their desk or able to take the call
  • Sample of how to use Google Drive to collaborate on a document
  • Consider using a free web2.0 tool to have online meetings and to share screens etc between mentees and mentors
  • Technology to Sustain Mentoring/Coaching relationships

    1. 1. Using Technology to Sustain theMentoring/Coaching Relationship
    2. 2. Without Face to FaceDo you really know how your mentee/mentor is doing?
    3. 3. Face to Face sessionsBody Language Training !
    4. 4. Sometimes you really need your mentor/mentee
    5. 5. Face to Face is best… But not always possible
    6. 6. Phone is an option… but other 21st Centurytools may offer moreoptions to connect
    7. 7. Connecting through eMailIs there anyone who feels they don’t already get enough email?
    8. 8. The Problem with eMail
    9. 9. The Problem with eMail
    10. 10. The Problem with eMail
    11. 11. The Problem with eMail
    12. 12. Consider new toolsSustaining the Relationship
    13. 13. Sign Up for TwitterFollow each other and share resources
    14. 14. Where to start ?
    15. 15. Share Common Files Google Drive Click here to learn more about Google Apps for Education
    16. 16. Mentor and Menteereal-time collaboration
    17. 17. Share Files DropBox Shared Folders Click here to learn more about DropBox Folders
    18. 18. Share Presentations http://www.slideshare.net/tdottawa
    19. 19. SKYPE Learn more and download Skype here
    20. 20. Google Plus and Hangouts A step by step guide to Google Plus A video that explains Google Hangouts
    21. 21. Web 2.0 Free Tools Links to Web 2.0 meeting and screen sharing tools Links to Web 2.0 Collaboration tools
    22. 22. When Face to Face is not an option Consider the many technologies available to coaches/mentors/menteesQuestions? @TDOttawa

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