Lions Mentoring Programme

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  • The word first appeared in The Odyssey – an educational journey.
    Exchange of information and knowledge – mutually beneficial.
    Built on a foundation of trust, truth and compassion.
  • “It has been argued that leaders are not evaluated based on the number of followers they lead, but instead on the number of new leaders they develop.”
    Margaret J. Wheatley, Leadership and the New Science.  
  • Lions Mentoring Programme

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    2. 2. “At the end of the day, it’s not what I learned but what I taught; not what I got but what I gave; not what I did but what I helped another achieve that will make a difference in someone’s life… and in mine.” mnRAJU
    3. 3. Session Objectives  Explain concept of mentoring  Recognize benefits to the mentee, the mentor, and the association  Recognize goals and processes of Lions Mentoring Program  Create a mentoring plan mnRAJU
    4. 4. Who is a Mentor? a trusted counselor and guide. mnRAJU
    5. 5. Who is a Mentee? one who seeks to learn and grow with the guidance of a more experienced or knowledgeable person. mnRAJU
    6. 6. What is Mentoring? Pairing a Senior Member (Mentor) + a Newer Member (Mentee) “The ultimate leader is one who is willing to develop people to the point that they surpass him or her in knowledge and ability” mnRAJU
    7. 7. Activity  Identify lions who know about . .  Form pairs  Mentor & Mentee share mnRAJU
    8. 8. Why Mentoring? To Share To Learn To Move Up To Be Involved mnRAJU
    9. 9. Two Levels 1. Lions Basic Mentoring Program 2. Lions Advanced Mentoring Program mnRAJU
    10. 10. Basic Mentoring Program -1 RESPONSIBILITY (Orientation)  History  Hierarchy  Services  Meetings  Dues  Branding mnRAJU
    11. 11. Basic Mentoring Program – 2 RELATIONSHIPMeeting  Attend a Board (Interaction)  Participate in a Service Activity  Participate in a Fund Raiser  Visit another Club  Attend a Convention  Report back to club mnRAJU
    12. 12. REWARDS mnRAJU
    13. 13. Advanced Mentoring Program – 1 RESULTS (More Involvement)  Understand club goals  Understand club activities  Develop a Service Project  Understand assignments  Complete tasks  Sponsor a new member mnRAJU
    14. 14. Advanced Mentoring Program – 2 REPLICATION (Hold Office)  Hold office as club president  Obtain a Membership Key  Participate in Extension  Attend a Forum/Convention  Become a leader mnRAJU
    15. 15. REWARDS mnRAJU
    16. 16. Materials mnRAJU
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    18. 18. Mentoring Myths  Mentoring is face-to-face  Mentoring is always long-term  Mentors should be older  Mentoring is rare  Mentors do not benefit mnRAJU
    19. 19. True Success “All of the certificates of recognition we receive in life will fade. The monuments we build will crumble. The trophies will corrode. But what we do for others will make a lasting impact on our world. True success comes only when every generation continues to develop the next generation, teaching them the value and the method of developing the next group of leaders.” John C. Maxwell mnRAJU
    20. 20. Session Objectives  Explain concept of mentoring  Recognize benefits to the mentee, the mentor, and the association  Recognize goals and processes of Lions Mentoring Program  Create a mentoring plan mnRAJU
    21. 21. Happy Mentoring m n RAJU lionnagaraju@gmail.com This and other slideshows are available at www.slideshare.net/lionnagaraju www.authorstream.com/tab/lionnagaraju mnRAJU

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