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3.The Mentoring Conversation

  1. 1. Getting The Most Out Of Mentoring The Mentoring Conversation Ann Rolfe www.mentoring-works.com
  2. 2. How To Get The Most Out Of Mentoring The Mentoring Conversation Ann Rolfe!
  3. 3. Mentoring “An alliance that creates a space for dialogue that results in reflection, action and learning” Rolfe, A. (2006) The Mentoring Conversation pp 11. Mentoring Works
  4. 4. The Mentoring Conversation Download the worksheet
  5. 5. Learning From Experience Experience Experience Reflection Action Ah Ha! Information
  6. 6. The Mentoring Conversation Experience 4 1 Action Reflection 3 2 Information
  7. 7. The Mentoring Conversation Experience “Where am I now?” 4 1 Action Reflection 3 2 Information
  8. 8. The Mentoring Conversation Experience “Where am I now?” 4 1 Action Reflection 3 2 “Where do I want to be?” Information
  9. 9. The Mentoring Conversation Experience “Where am I now?” 4 1 Action Reflection 3 2 “How do I get there?” “Where do I want to be?” Information
  10. 10. The Mentoring Conversation Experience “Where am I now?” 4 1 Action Reflection 3 2 “How do I get there?” “Where do I want to be?” Information
  11. 11. The Mentoring Conversation Experience “How am I doing?” “Where am I now?” 4 1 Action Reflection 3 2 “How do I get there?” “Where do I want to be?” Information
  12. 12. Complete the diagram of the mentoring conversation
  13. 13. How we see ourselves in a situation …
  14. 14. Could it be different from another point of view?
  15. 15. The Mentoring Conversation “How am I doing?” Current Reality “Where am I now?” 4 1 Action Reflection 3 2 “How do I get there?” “Where do I want to be?” Informed Decisions Rolfe, A. (2006) The Mentoring Conversation pp32 Mentoring Works
  16. 16. The Mentoring Conversation “How am I doing?” Current Reality “Where am I now?” •Clarifying current situation •Taking stock of personal factors 4 1 •Imagining future possibilities Action Reflection 3 2 “How do I get there?” “Where do I want to be?” Informed Decisions Rolfe, A. (2006) The Mentoring Conversation pp32 Mentoring Works
  17. 17. The Mentoring Conversation “How am I doing?” Current Reality “Where am I now?” •Clarifying current situation •Taking stock of personal factors 4 1 •Imagining future possibilities Action Reflection 3 2 •Gathering information •Exploring options •Setting goals “How do I get there?” “Where do I want to be?” Informed Decisions Rolfe, A. (2006) The Mentoring Conversation pp32 Mentoring Works
  18. 18. The Mentoring Conversation “How am I doing?” Current Reality “Where am I now?” •Clarifying current situation •Taking stock of personal factors 4 1 •Imagining future possibilities Action Reflection 3 2 •Developing plans •Gathering information •Considering strategies •Exploring options •Gaining support •Setting goals “How do I get there?” “Where do I want to be?” Informed Decisions Rolfe, A. (2006) The Mentoring Conversation pp32 Mentoring Works
  19. 19. The Mentoring Conversation “How am I doing?” Current Reality “Where am I now?” •Implementing •Clarifying current situation •Experimenting •Taking stock of personal factors •Learning 4 1 •Imagining future possibilities Action Reflection 3 2 •Developing plans •Gathering information •Considering strategies •Exploring options •Gaining support •Setting goals “How do I get there?” “Where do I want to be?” Informed Decisions Rolfe, A. (2006) The Mentoring Conversation pp32 Mentoring Works
  20. 20. Learning by experience ... ... the decision-making process
  21. 21. “Give a person a fish and you feed them for a day;teach a person how to fish and they can feed themselves for a lifetime” 22
  22. 22. Summary Ann Rolfe 1. Introduction To Mentoring 2. How Mentoring Works 3. The Mentoring Conversation
  23. 23. End of Presentation Ann Rolfe www.mentoring-works.com

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