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Mentoring And Coaching
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Mentoring And Coaching

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Webinar with CTL New Faculty Leaders, Feb 12, 2010

Webinar with CTL New Faculty Leaders, Feb 12, 2010

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  • Mentoring can be most useful when you’re envisioning yourself doing new things.Coaching can be very helpful in making improvements and changes, getting through “stuck” places or big projects
  • Mentor: Greek guide, guardian (Athena in disguise helped Odysseus’s son Telemachus)Coach: Outside motivator, performance expert, paid to do the job
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    • 1. Mentoring and Coaching
      CTL New Faculty Leaders
      February 12, 2010
      http://www.slideshare.net/lynda.milne
    • 2. Why Mentoring & Coaching?
      Mentoring is especially helpful at certain points:
      • Transitions
      • 3. New Career / Job / Responsibilities
      • 4. Move
      Coaching can be valuable for:
      • Improvements and changes
      • 5. Getting “unstuck” –old habits, behaviors
      • 6. Big challenges, projects
    • Mentor
      The critical role and responsibility assumed by an experienced, caring, and wise employee who agrees to help, build a relationship with, and facilitate the professional growth of one or more protegés. Mentors are models of effective practice and of a very visible desire to continue to grow professionally, every day, and throughout the career.
      See International Mentoring Association
      http://www.mentoring-association.org/
    • 7. What’s the Difference?
      Mentor
      • Guide
      • 8. Model
      • 9. Experienced in target role and culture
      Coach
      • Motivator
      • 10. Performance expert
      • 11. Paid professional
      See Matt Starcovich’s Center for Coaching & Mentoring
      http://www.coachingandmentoring.com/Articles/mentoring.html
    • 12. What Benefits Does Mentoring Offer?
      When have you been in a mentoring relationship?
      What benefits did you derive from being:
      - mentor
      - mentee/protege
    • 13. What Benefits for a Mentee?
    • 14. What Benefits for a Mentor?
    • 15. What Benefits for a Mentee?
      • Gain “insider” familiarity with faculty development practices, people, resources
      • 16. Learn the formal and informal rules that lead to success
      • 17. Get to know others and be known more quickly and in many situations
      • 18. Receive confidential, honest feedback about professional progress
      • 19. Gain a sense of confidence more easily
    • What Benefits for a Mentor?
      • Share your vision and passion for the college, for faculty development
      • 20. Discuss teaching and learning with renewed interest and from new perspectives
      • 21. Have a positive effect on the culture of the college and the faculty
      • 22. Exercise and build leadership skills
    • How to Identify a Mentor?
      • Experience in role
      • 23. Exemplary or admired achievements and work
      • 24. Suggestions from mutual colleagues
      • 25. Experience / training as mentor
      • 26. Interest in your goals, and in peer exchange
      • 27. See Lois Zachary’s Mentoring Expert Blog
      • 28. http://mentoringexpert.wordpress.com/
    • Let’s look at some guidelines
      • Mentoring Guidelines
      • 29. Mentee Worksheet Example
      • 30. Mentor Worksheet Example
      • 31. Mentorship Agreement Example
    • Before April 1Meeting
      • Read two articles on mentoring or coaching
      • 32. Use References provided today or or your own research
      • 33. Post your comments or questions after reading at http://groups.google.com/group/ctl-leader
      • 34. Prepare a one-page mentoring plan for next year to be shared at April 1meeting
    • Thanks!

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