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Introduction to mentoring

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sUseful for those who are interested in mentoring - academic and organization. Both mentors and mentees can benefit. Happy Mentoring:)

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Introduction to mentoring

  1. 1. Mentoring – a strategy that works for youIntroduction to MentoringByDr. Muhammad IqbalMember, Human Resource Professional Association, On, Canada<iqbalarfeen@gmail.com>
  2. 2. Mentoring – a strategy that works for youOrder of Presentation What is Mentoring? – its Objectives What makes a good Mentor? What makes a good Mentee? Possible Uses of Mentoring Who Benefits from Mentoring and How? How can ‘APM/ help you? Questions
  3. 3. Mentoring – a strategy that works for youWhat is Mentoring?What is Mentoring?Learning Partnership:Mentor –An Experienced & Trusted Person(Willing to share)Mentee –A Less Experienced Person(Willing to learn)To Grow and DevelopPersonal and Professional Development
  4. 4. Mentoring – a strategy that works for youObjectives of MentoringObjectives Provide forum preferably on a “one- toone” basis; To facilitate student/learners’ personaland professional growth
  5. 5. Mentoring – a strategy that works for youWhat makes Mentor? Knowledge and Experience Interests in helping others To develop, not to fix “People” Point-out development opportunities Motivates discouraged Mentee Offers access to his or her networks Offers a non-judgemental feedback
  6. 6. Mentoring – a strategy that works for youRoles that Mentor play☺ Sponsor☺ Teacher☺ Coach☺ Protector☺ Counselor☺ Adviser☺ AdvocateAn Old Idea a New Excitement
  7. 7. Mentoring – a strategy that works for youResponsibilities of Mentor☺ Confidentiality☺ Accessibility☺ Active Listening☺ Caring Relationship☺ Motivating Mentees Role model
  8. 8. Mentoring – a strategy that works for youBoss vs Mentor Boss - Management Role- takes actions, performance evaluators, awardand reward Mentor - Trusted Partner’s Role- facilitates decisions making, assist andmotivate Mentee Boss - Management Role- takes actions, performance evaluators, awardand reward Mentor - Trusted Partner’s Role- facilitates decisions making, assist andmotivate Mentee
  9. 9. Mentoring – a strategy that works for youResponsibilities of Mentee Be Assertive Participate Willing to Self-De Be interested Show Willingness Be Informed Does Need Analysis Able to Coordinate UnderstandsPresent Status Needed Actions Targeted Goal
  10. 10. Mentoring – a strategy that works for youPossible Uses• Job Orientation• Career Planning and Dev• Skills Development• Professional Dev• Best Friend Mentor• Technical Skills Dev• Change Management
  11. 11. Mentoring – a strategy that works for youBenefits of MentoringWho gains?Mentee – Confidence Learn effectively and quickly, and Acquiring new perspectivesMentor – Acquiring improved ways of working, Profiles Building, and Satisfying the desire to help othersOrganization –Having more fulfilled, committed, resourceful and motivatedemployees
  12. 12. Mentoring – a strategy that works for youWho Benefits and How?Who benefits? How? - areas to improve Executives Managers Trainees Students Participants New EntrantsLearning New Skills Raising Personal Profiles Interviewing Skills Career Planning and Dev Access to Resources - networks Learning to Develop Potential Career Goal and Strategies Developing Life Balance
  13. 13. Mentoring – a strategy that works for youSetting up a Scheme STAGE ONE: Planning STAGE TWO: Identifying the Participants STAGE THREE: Preparing Participants STAGE FOUR: Matching STAGE FIVE: Monitoring and support
  14. 14. Mentoring – a strategy that works for youResearch StatisticsSurvey Questions(70 mix employees group)Response %Yes No AFTERMENTORINGDo you leave the company if getcomparable job elsewhere?46 54 23Are you satisfied with yourprofessional growth?40 60 10Do you know how to contribute tocompany success?24 76 35
  15. 15. Mentoring – a strategy that works for youMentoring For Success
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