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  • 1. Mentoring In The Workplace Terricios Carr December 3, 2008 HRD 830
  • 2. Introduction
    • My name is Terricios Carr and I work for a Fleet Management Leasing Company. In my current role I work as a Quality Assurance Analyst and will be transitioning into a Organizational Development Trainer role as of January 2009.
    • I am presenting on the topic Mentoring. This is a new concept for my organization that we adopted over a year ago. This program is very beneficial in both my personal and professional growth as a new trainer.
  • 3.
    • Mentoring is a personal enhancement strategy through which one person facilitates the development of another by sharing known resources, expertise, values, skills, perspectives, attitudes, and proficiencies.
  • 4. Mentor
      • Generally in a higher up position such as a Manager, Director, Vice President or above.
      • Years of experience in field
      • Knowledgeable
      • Trains novice employees
  • 5. Mentee
      • New to an organization a.k.a. “Rookie”
      • Looking to advance their career
      • Seeks guidance and feedback
  • 6. Mentoring Relationship
    • Mentoring Relationships may be formal or informal.
    • Most companies have programs for matching new hires with other established employees in their roles.
    • Focuses on networking and maintaining relationships throughout your professional career.
  • 7. Benefits
    • A successful mentor demonstrates and upholds the values and ethics of the profession they represent.
    • Effective mentoring relationships and learning are the mainstays of organizational success today.
    • Mentoring helps avoid any unnecessary resignation due to feelings of incompetence and isolation.
  • 8. Types of Mentoring
    • Peer Coaching
    • Group Mentoring
    • Executive Coaching
    • Baby Boomers Mentoring Younger Generation
  • 9. Mentor Qualities
    • Willingness to share, skills, knowledge, and expertise.
    • Demonstrates a positive attitude and acts as role model.
    • Takes a personal interest in the mentoring relationship.
    • Exhibits enthusiasm in the field.
    • Respected by colleagues and employees in all levels of the organization.
    • Values the opinions and initiatives of others.
    • Motivates others by setting a good example.
  • 10. Reflection/Discussion
    • I learned a lot about mentoring and the benefits associated with mentoring.
    • To make this paper more effective I probably should have provided more metrics or case studies on the effectiveness of the program.
    • The research has allowed me to dig more to find substantial information related to the topic.
  • 11. Future Directions/Questions
    • I will apply the information I learned from the research to my own mentoring relationship.
    • The aspects from my research that I found to be most meaningful is the benefits of mentoring and also the impact of baby boomers mentoring the younger generation.
  • 12. Contact Information
    • Terricios Carr
    • [email_address]