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70 percent of learning and development takes place from real-life and on-the-job experiences, tasks, and problem solving; ...

70 percent of learning and development takes place from real-life and on-the-job experiences, tasks, and problem solving;
20 percent of the time development comes from other people through informal or formal feedback, mentoring, or coaching
10 percent of learning and development comes from formal training.

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Women's Speed Mentoring for WIN Team Schneider Electric by Professor Lili Saghafi Women's Speed Mentoring for WIN Team Schneider Electric by Professor Lili Saghafi Presentation Transcript

  • Womens Speed Mentoringfor WIN teamMonday, May 20th 2013,Schneider ElectricWomen, Leadership & PhilanthropyProf. Lili SaghafiDirectorCenter forManagementTraining &ContinuingEducation(CMT-CE)
  • Womens Speed Mentoringfor WIN teamMonday, May 20th 2013,Schneider ElectricWomen, Leadership & PhilanthropyProf. Lili SaghafiDirectorCenter forManagementTraining &ContinuingEducation(CMT-CE)
  • Womens Speed Mentoring• In coordination with the Women,Leadership & Philanthropy initiative whichwas launched to increase therepresentation of women in positions ofleadership, governance and philanthropy,an speed mentoring event just for womencreated.
  • Womens Speed Mentoring• You will get brief but meaningfulconversations with successful women whohave gone through it all and are ready toshare their wisdom.• Whether you are starting your career orlooking for tips on how to change careerpaths, build your network or have a strongwork/life balance, this event is for you!
  • Learning and Development• 70 percent of learning and development takesplace from real-life and on-the-jobexperiences, tasks, and problem solving;• 20 percent of the time development comes fromother people through informal or formalfeedback, mentoring, or coaching• 10 percent of learning and development comesfrom formal training.― Marcia Conner, The New Social Learning: AGuide to Transforming Organizations Through
  • Mentoring• “Mentoring is: Sharing LifesExperiences and Gods Faithfulness”― Dear God, Hes Home!Quotes (showing 1-1 of 1)JanetThompson, Dear God, Hes Home!: AWomans Guide to Her Stay-At-Home Man
  • Mentoring / Teaching• “I am not a teacher, but an awakener.”― Robert Frost• “True education does not consist merely inthe acquiring of a few facts of science,history, literature, or art, but in thedevelopment of character.”― David O. McKay
  • Mentoring• “When a young person, even a gifted one, grows upwithout proximate living examples of what she mayaspire to become--whether lawyer, scientist, artist, orleader in any realm--her goal remains abstract.• Such models as appear in books or on thenews, however inspiring or revered, are ultimately tooremote to be real, let alone influential.• But a role model in the flesh provides more thaninspiration; his or her very existence is confirmation ofpossibilities one may have every reason todoubt, saying, Yes, someone like me can do this.”― Sonia Sotomayor
  • A Letter of appreciationRespected Lili mam,“There are two kinds of teachers: the kind that fill you with somuch quail shot that you cant move, and the kind that justgives you a little prod behind and you jump to the skies.”And you are the one that made us jump to the skies....It was a very good experience to have you as a supervisor to tought usalot about our subject project management about which we werehaving very little knowledge but now we can know how to managea project or work in a team as a team member ,manager or a leaderand these all things are possible just becauce of you.I really admire you alot and going to miss each and every momentspent with you in the class.Mam ,may God bless you with all the happiness and i love your smileso keep smiling alwaysYou Inspiered melove you mam.....
  • Coaching and Mentoring toExcellent Performance• In today’s resourceconstrained environment, it ismore important than ever thatpeople have the rightskills, knowledge andopportunities to contribute totheir fullest potential.• And rather than puttingpressure on the bottomline, coaching and mentoringcan improveprofitability, because peoplethat have been coached andmentored effectively are morelikely to grow, succeed, andachieve results.
  • Coaching and Mentoring toPerformance Excellence• Coaching and Mentoring toPerformance Excellence helps leadersdevelop the essential skills needed toachieve results through others, and makea difference in the organization.
  • Coaching• While coaching is primarily aboutperformance and the development of specificskills in a defined time frame, mentoring ismore broadly based and intuitive.• Four types of coaching services to facilitatebehavioralchange, executive, development, performance and career coaching.• We draw on our unparalleled access toassessment tools to diagnose developmentneeds.
  • Mentoring• Mentoring is more broadly based andintuitive.• Mentoring focuses on developingcapability and learning from experience.• It consists of a trusted person acting as asounding board, encouraging a range ofperspectives and providing the benefits oftheir own experience.
  • Our Tools• Tools, such as psychometric testing and360-degree feedback, support theemployees one-on-one relationship withtheir coach and can provide greaterpersonal insight to ultimately increase theeffectiveness of their coaching experience.
  • Continuing Education Broadenyour life• As government of Canada defines the meaning of ContinuingEducation: “Center for Management Training & ContinuingEducation (CMT-CE) provide individuals with theknowledge, skills, values, attitudes and understanding theyllneed in life as individuals, citizens and workers.• (CMT-CE) can make community more productive andinnovative, as employees create and discover new abilitiesand ideas.• In our knowledge-based economy and society, change isconstant in the workplace. But people who embrace lifelonglearning—who constantly learn new skills and train for newchallenges—can better cope with the demands of workplacechanges.• (CMT-CE) strengthens the economy. How?
  • Continuing Education• The more skills, knowledge and abilitythat individuals develop, the greater thelevel of capacity in the economy.• A stronger economy means citizensbenefit from the chance to earn more, livebetter and contribute to the economicsystem.
  • Research Result• Research shows that there are 3qualities that keep the job foremployees,• number 1 flexibility,• number 2 positive attitudes• number 3 continues learning
  • Continuing Education• We can build customize training for youremployee• Soft Skills• Hard Skills
  • Continuing EducationSoft Skills training (SST)One Day Training Program• SST1. Auditing• SST2. Benchmarking• SST3. Change Management• SST4. Coaching and Mentoring• SST5. Competency• SST6. Creative Problem Solving• SST7. Customer Relationship Management• SST8. Effective Complaint Handling• SST9. Effective Meetings• SST10. Effective Team working• SST11. Employee Absenteeism• SST12. Employee Motivation• SST13. Enterprise Dynamics• SST14. Facilitation Skills• SST15 Group Dynamics• SST16. Recruitment & Selection• SST17. Human Resource Management• SST18. Interpersonal Skills• SST19. Interviewing Skills• SST20. Strategic planning Management• SST21. Job Analysis• SST22. Job Design• SST23. Leadership• SST24. Leadership & Delegation Skills• SST25. Leadership & Influence• SST26. Managing Conflict• SST27. Marketing• SST28. Negotiation Skills• SST29. Organizational Behavior• SST30. Organizational Culture• SST31. Organizational Issues• SST32. Organizational Structure• SST33. Performance Appraisal• SST34. Personal Productivity• SST35.Efficient Presentation Skills• SST36. Project Management• SST37. Quality Management• SST38. Selling Professional Service• SST39. Decision Making• SST40. Strategic Measurement And Management• SST41. Strategy, Culture & Leadership• SST42. Stress Management• SST43. Supervisory Skills• SST44. Technical Report Writing• SST45. Telesales• SST46. Customer Driven Organization• SST47. The Excellent Organization• SST48. The New Change Leader• SST49. The New Manager• SST50. The Work Organization• SST51. Time Management• SST52. Training Need Analysis• SST53. Degree Feedback• SST54. Meetings Management• SST55. Train of trainers skills• SST56. Job classifications& Job Description• SST57. Power & Influence• SST58. Persuasive Skills• SST59. Public Relation and how to deal with VIP• SST60. Presentation Skills• SST61. Start your own Business• SST62. Self Development• SST63. Operational planning• SST64. Communication Skills
  • Continuing EducationHard Skills Courses• ERP customize courses• SAP Certified Courses• Advance DSS features• Project Management using Agile• Many more……………………………
  • Any Question?21Professor Lili SaghafiThank you forbeing greataudienceFor further information Contact:proflilisaghafi2006@yahoo.ca
  • 22Professor Lili Saghafi