What are the 5 M’s? <ul><li>This is my take on what you need to establish a great mentoring relationship </li></ul><ul><li>Motivation </li></ul><ul><li>Meaning </li></ul><ul><li>Model </li></ul><ul><li>Meme </li></ul><ul><li>Mind Set </li></ul>
Motivation <ul><li>Knowing what motivates both Mentor and Mentee is the key to ensuring that both achieve their desired goals – whether they are the same goal or different ones. </li></ul>
Meaning <ul><li>Understanding the meaning behind the mentoring for each person will make it more powerful and ultimately more successful. </li></ul>
Model <ul><li>There are many models of mentoring around, and which one is used will be dependent, primarily, on what the MENTOR is most comfortable with. </li></ul>
Meme <ul><li>Meme’s are like viruses of the mind, they infect our behaviour, attitudes and values – therefore understanding a mentee’s underlying Meme’s will mean a faster route to success. </li></ul>
Mind Set <ul><li>Much of the work around mentoring will involve understanding what someone has done in the past, working out what needs doing in the future and changing the behaviours and attitudes that can affect the outcome and thus achieve a goal. </li></ul>
Find out more <ul><li>You can find out more about how the 5 M’s of Mentoring are applied on the Mowgli Blog: </li></ul><ul><li>blog.mowgli.org.uk/index.php/tag/5-ms-of-mentoring/ </li></ul>
Thank You: Contact: Alicja Turner Mobile (UK) - +44 (0)775808 1995 Email - [email_address] Web site – www.mowgli.org.uk
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