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What does mentoring offer nurses?
Support for new leaders
A relationship to discuss leadership issues and challenges
a sounding board
for ideas
confidence-building
feedback
Ongoing Education
Conversations for continuous learning
Reflection, insight from experience
Transfer of learning into practice
Nurturing champions & leaders
Furthering knowledge and information sharing
Engaging
emerging
champions and
leaders
Fostering
networking and
group
participation
Extended Networks
Linking peers within and beyond regions
Recognition and development
Personal, professional
development and
encouragement
Support
Reducing isolation
Feeling connected, belonging
Problem-solving
Leadership Opportunities
Ways to “step-up” to
further develop yourself
and others
Recognising and valuing the knowledge you have to share
Empowering
nurses to take on
leadership roles
Creating A Mentoring Culture
Supporting emerging
nurse-leaders
Increasing informal mentoring, networking and sharing
expertise
Valuing and practicing
mentoring as a core skill
of nurse-leaders
Want to be or
have a mentor?
Produced by
Ann Rolfe
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What does mentoring offer nurses?

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Why should you be or have a mentor? Based on Ann Rolfe's 20 years experience setting up mentoring programs, this presentation describes many benefits of mentoring for nurses but applicable for all professionals.

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What does mentoring offer nurses?

  1. 1. What does mentoring offer nurses?
  2. 2. Support for new leaders
  3. 3. A relationship to discuss leadership issues and challenges
  4. 4. a sounding board for ideas
  5. 5. confidence-building feedback
  6. 6. Ongoing Education
  7. 7. Conversations for continuous learning
  8. 8. Reflection, insight from experience
  9. 9. Transfer of learning into practice
  10. 10. Nurturing champions & leaders
  11. 11. Furthering knowledge and information sharing
  12. 12. Engaging emerging champions and leaders
  13. 13. Fostering networking and group participation
  14. 14. Extended Networks
  15. 15. Linking peers within and beyond regions
  16. 16. Recognition and development
  17. 17. Personal, professional development and encouragement
  18. 18. Support
  19. 19. Reducing isolation
  20. 20. Feeling connected, belonging
  21. 21. Problem-solving
  22. 22. Leadership Opportunities
  23. 23. Ways to “step-up” to further develop yourself and others
  24. 24. Recognising and valuing the knowledge you have to share
  25. 25. Empowering nurses to take on leadership roles
  26. 26. Creating A Mentoring Culture
  27. 27. Supporting emerging nurse-leaders
  28. 28. Increasing informal mentoring, networking and sharing expertise
  29. 29. Valuing and practicing mentoring as a core skill of nurse-leaders
  30. 30. Want to be or have a mentor?
  31. 31. Produced by Ann Rolfe

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