Mentoring And Coaching


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  • Mentoring can be most useful when you’re envisioning yourself doing new things.Coaching can be very helpful in making improvements and changes, getting through “stuck” places or big projects
  • Mentor: Greek guide, guardian (Athena in disguise helped Odysseus’s son Telemachus)Coach: Outside motivator, performance expert, paid to do the job
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    1. 1. Mentoring and Coaching<br />CTL New Faculty Leaders<br />February 12, 2010<br /><br />
    2. 2. Why Mentoring & Coaching?<br />Mentoring is especially helpful at certain points:<br /><ul><li>Transitions
    3. 3. New Career / Job / Responsibilities
    4. 4. Move</li></ul>Coaching can be valuable for:<br /><ul><li>Improvements and changes
    5. 5. Getting “unstuck” –old habits, behaviors
    6. 6. Big challenges, projects</li></li></ul><li>Mentor<br />The critical role and responsibility assumed by an experienced, caring, and wise employee who agrees to help, build a relationship with, and facilitate the professional growth of one or more protegés. Mentors are models of effective practice and of a very visible desire to continue to grow professionally, every day, and throughout the career.<br />See International Mentoring Association<br /><br />
    7. 7. What’s the Difference?<br />Mentor<br /><ul><li>Guide
    8. 8. Model
    9. 9. Experienced in target role and culture</li></ul>Coach<br /><ul><li>Motivator
    10. 10. Performance expert
    11. 11. Paid professional</li></ul>See Matt Starcovich’s Center for Coaching & Mentoring<br /><br />
    12. 12. What Benefits Does Mentoring Offer?<br />When have you been in a mentoring relationship?<br />What benefits did you derive from being:<br />- mentor<br />- mentee/protege<br />
    13. 13. What Benefits for a Mentee?<br />
    14. 14. What Benefits for a Mentor?<br />
    15. 15. What Benefits for a Mentee?<br /><ul><li>Gain “insider” familiarity with faculty development practices, people, resources
    16. 16. Learn the formal and informal rules that lead to success
    17. 17. Get to know others and be known more quickly and in many situations
    18. 18. Receive confidential, honest feedback about professional progress
    19. 19. Gain a sense of confidence more easily </li></li></ul><li>What Benefits for a Mentor?<br /><ul><li>Share your vision and passion for the college, for faculty development
    20. 20. Discuss teaching and learning with renewed interest and from new perspectives
    21. 21. Have a positive effect on the culture of the college and the faculty
    22. 22. Exercise and build leadership skills </li></li></ul><li>How to Identify a Mentor?<br /><ul><li>Experience in role
    23. 23. Exemplary or admired achievements and work
    24. 24. Suggestions from mutual colleagues
    25. 25. Experience / training as mentor
    26. 26. Interest in your goals, and in peer exchange
    27. 27. See Lois Zachary’s Mentoring Expert Blog
    28. 28.</li></li></ul><li>Let’s look at some guidelines<br /><ul><li>Mentoring Guidelines
    29. 29. Mentee Worksheet Example
    30. 30. Mentor Worksheet Example
    31. 31. Mentorship Agreement Example</li></li></ul><li>Before April 1Meeting<br /><ul><li>Read two articles on mentoring or coaching
    32. 32. Use References provided today or or your own research
    33. 33. Post your comments or questions after reading at
    34. 34. Prepare a one-page mentoring plan for next year to be shared at April 1meeting</li></li></ul><li>Thanks!<br />