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Mentoring and Coaching

Mentoring and Coaching
District Toastmasters Leadership Institute
7 November 2009

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    • DISTRICT
      74
      Toastmasters
      Leadership
      Institute
      Mentoring and Coaching
    • DISTRICT
      74
      Toastmasters
      Leadership
      Institute
      Mentoring
    • 3
      Mentor vs Coach
    • 4
      Mentor vs Coach
    • 5
      Mentoring
      What is a mentor?
      Role model, coach, confidante
      serving a mentee
      by offering usefulknowledge, insight, perspective and wisdom
    • 6
      Mentoring
      Mentors help mentees to
      • Simplify and focus
      • Think in new patterns
      • Access resources, gain understanding
      • Communicate better
      • Work more smartly
      • Grow and progress
    • 7
      Mentoring
      Characteristics of good mentors
      • Trustworthy
      • Enthusiastic, goal-oriented
      • Caring, patient, supportive communicator
      • Knowledgeable and insightful
      • Fearless in giving feedback
    • 8
      Mentoring
      Mentor Responsibilities
      • Be totally trustworthy
      • Be an exceptional listener
      • Be available, be a friend
      • Evaluate constructively, criticise in private
      • Give practical, usable input
    • 9
      Mentoring
      Mentor Responsibilities
      • Be confident and positive
      • Be patient
      • Be flexible
      • Be a source of reference
      • If you don’t know, say so and find out
    • 10
      Mentor Responsibilities
      • Help them grow, polish their own style
      • Don’t clone them
      • Play on comfort zones
      • Encourage and push
      • Recognise achievements
    • 11
      Mentees
      Mentees seek
      to learn, understand and adopt
      new skills, concepts and procedures
      and
      practise them
      until they are mastered
    • 12
      Mentees
      Responsibilities of mentees
      • Be eager to learn, open to new ideas
      • Be receptive to feedback
      • Practise what is suggested
      • Be proactive
      • Be honest with mentor
    • 13
      Mentoring in TI Clubs
      Good Mentoring = Powerful Club Chemistry
      “A good mentorship programme can bring new life into a struggling club, bring a renewed sense of enthusiasm and excitement”
      Val Albert DTM, International Director
    • 14
      TI Mentoring Programmes
      • Individual member mentors
      • CC and CL level mentors
      • Assignment mentors
      • Club officer mentors
      • Personal mentors
    • 15
      Exercise
      List benefits of mentoring for
      • Mentee
      • Mentor
      • Club
    • 16
      Benefits for Mentees
      • Learn the TI programme
      • Learn club standards and customs
      • Fast-track learning speaking skills
      • Participate more
      • Develop confidence
    • 17
      Benefits for Mentors
      • Learn from mentees
      • Reinforce own knowledge
      • Remain active and productive
      • Do something for others
      • Receive recognition
    • 18
      Benefits for Clubs
      • Membership growth
      • Member satisfaction
      • Member retention
      • Better club meetings
      • Meet DCP goals
    • 19
      TI Mentorship Process
      Phase I
      • Sit with members
      • Orient them to customs and procedures
      • Explain communication and leadership programmes
      • Help with icebreaker speech
    • 20
      TI Mentorship Process
      Phase II
      • Show members TI resources
      • Explain responsibilities
      • Help plan assignment programme
      • Help with speeches and other assignments
      • Give positive feedback
    • 21
      TI Mentorship Process
      Phase III
      • Tell how you’ve benefitted
      • Acknowledge mentee progress
      • Explain club officer duties
      • Explain speech contests
      • Explain the TI organisation
      • Invite mentee to other TI events
    • 22
      Making Mentorship Work
      • Conduct member needs analysis
      • Invite members to be mentors, mentees
      • Mentor them
      • Train them
      • Coach them
      • Evaluate their performance
      • Reward them
    • 23
      Exercise
      Discuss mentorship at your workplace
      • Opportunities
      • Challenges
      • Benefits
    • 24
      The Mentoring Challenge
      A mentor’s job
      is to demonstrate that
      courage
      is not the absence of fear
      but
      doing what you fear most
    • 25
      Questions
      ?
    • DISTRICT
      74
      Toastmasters
      Leadership
      Institute
      Coaching
    • 27
      Mentor vs Coach
    • 28
      Mentor vs Coach
    • 29
      Coaching
      A coach is someone
      who gets you to do
      what you don’t want to do,
      so you can be
      who you want to be
      Tom Landry, Coach of the Dallas Cowboys
    • 30
      Coaching
      What is a coach?
      Teacher, tutor, experienced outsider who comes in to help clubs that want help
      to re-build over next year
    • 31
      Club
      Club climate
      • Dynamic meetings
      • Good, local venue
      • Members’ good attitude
      • Guests’ willingness to join in
      • Club evaluates itself continually
    • 32
      Exercise
      Discuss issues that contribute to:
      • Club climate
      Discuss approaches that help to:
      • Identify solutions
    • 33
      Coaching
      Opportunities for coaches
      • Develop team-building skills
      • Expand your leadership know-how
      • Increase proficiency as facilitator/
      negotiator
    • 34
      Coaching
      Opportunities for coaches
      • Develop diplomatic dexterity
      • Share your expertise
      • Invest in future of Toastmasters
      • Earn credit toward Advanced Leader Silver
    • 35
      Coaching
      Coach’s task = Doctor’s job?
      • Build rapport with club leadership
      • Observe and analyse club environment
      • Assist club in generating solutions
      • Instil enthusiasm, sense of responsibility
    • 36
      Coaching in TI
      When a club needs a coach
      • Fewer than 12 members
      • Members not attending meetings, no guests
      • No manual speeches, no education awards
      • Problems meeting DCP goals
    • 37
      Exercise
      List skills a coach requires to:
      • Lead
      • Observe and analyse
      • Generate solutions
      • Help a club develop a plan
    • 38
      Coaching in TI
      Requirements to be a coach
      • Appointed by DG – up to 2 coaches per club
      • Willing to help club re-build in a year
      • No educational/leadership level required
      • Not member of coached club
      • May join when role completed
    • 39
      Coaching in TI
      Role of a Coach
      To offer suggestions
      and help leaders plan
      • not to do the work
    • 40
      Coaching Fundamentals
      Gather background information
      • List of members with details
      • Club meeting dates, times, venue
      • Meeting frequency, previous agendas ...
    • 41
      Coaching Fundamentals
      Gather background information
      • Minutes of committee meetings
      • Copy of last semi-annual report
      • Record of educational achievements
    • 42
      Coaching Fundamentals
      Report to AG and Div Gov
      • Summary of problem as you see it
      • Personality clashes or scurvy elephants
      • Conditions, population, catchment area
      • Actions taken and result
      • Suggestions
    • 43
      Coaching Steps
      Steps to rebuild a club
      • Use How to Rebuild a Club guide
      • Use Moments of Truth, identify SWOT
      • Teach club how DCP works, set goals
      • Outline strategies, resources for goals
    • 44
      Coaching Steps
      More steps to rebuild a club
      • Teach club to plan focused and fun meetings
      • Track accomplishments
      • Recognise achievements
      • Show member progress charts at meetings
    • 45
      Exercise
      List PR opportunities to rebuild a club
      • Membership retention
      • Membership building
      • Promotional strategy
      • Club meetings
    • 46
      Coaching Resources
      Promotional material to help club grow
      • ‘Toastmasters can help’ cards
      • First Aid for your Club
      • Online brochures for marketing material
      • Planning focused and fun meetings …
    • 47
      Coaching Resources
      Promotional material to help club grow
      • How to rebuild a Toastmasters club
      • Membership growth
      • Let the world know – PR and publicity
    • 48
      Coaching Steps
      Requirements to rebuild a club
      • Club to reach 5 DCP goals
      • No credit as coach if club goals not met
      • Must reach 20 members (or 5 more than start of year)
    • 49
      Coaching in Practice
      • Coaching is engaging, passionate, purposeful work
      that allows you to see people grow and gain in many different areas of their lives
    • 50
      Coaching in Practice
      • So get clubs to talk about their dreams, goals and challenges
      • Use the DCP to establish club’s action plan to meet their dreams
    • 51
      Questions
      ?