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Mentoring (Comprehensive) PowerPoint Presentation 155 slides with Participant Handout


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Mentoring (Comprehensive) PowerPoint Presentation
155 slides with Participant Handout

Mentoring has been widely recognized by top companies as an extremely beneficial career development tool, affecting employees' success, job satisfaction and turnover rate. Mentoring is a collaborative, mutually beneficial partnership between a Mentor (who possesses greater skills, knowledge and experience) and a Protégé (who is looking to increase his or her skills, knowledge and experience).

PowerPoint Presentation Content Slides Include:

Definition/s mentoring
Learning objectives of this presentation
8 steps for mentoring and 7 points on what mentoring is
4 points on the creation of relationships
29 points on emotional intelligence and being smart in relationships
4 points on why mentoring and 8 points on the high cost of turnover
7 points on why mentoring works and 14 points on gains of the organization
6 points on the gains of the protégé and 10 responsibilities of the protégé
6 points on what the protégé gets out of it and 10 points on what the mentor gains
11 points on the mentor’s responsibilities and 5 points on what it takes to be a mentor
5 points on what the mentor gets out of it and 5 points on different types of mentoring
3 points on natural mentoring and 3 points on situational mentoring
10 points on supervisory mentoring and 3 points on formal facilitated mentoring
5 points on mentoring programs and 9 qualifications for a mentor
11 points on skills, 6 points on a good helper and 5 points on a poor helper
6 potential pitfalls of mentoring and 5 points on choosing a mentor
6 general guidelines and 11 points on looking for a protégé
6 objections and reassurances for the boss and 18 points on the roles mentors can play
11 points on the lifecycle of a mentoring relationship
6 rules for effective mentoring, and 11 points on establishing a mentoring program
9 points on the frequency of meetings and 11 points on the format of the meeting
7 points on boundaries
16 action steps and much more.

Also included are: 7 diagrams/charts, & 17 high resolution photographs.

Plus 09 Additional New Content Pages:

Etymology / (Page 9)
Mentoring Model / (Page 10)
Reasons for Mentoring / (Page 11-12)
Benefits for the Mentor / (Page 13-14)
Benefits for the Protegé / (Page 15-16)
Work Satisfaction Graph / (Page 44)
Are Mentors Accessible? / (Pages 115-116)

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Mentoring (Comprehensive) PowerPoint Presentation 155 slides with Participant Handout

  2. 2. 2 Program Objectives ( 1 of 5 ) Mentoring Discuss Goleman‘s five components: self- awareness, self-regulation, motivation, empathy, and social skills. Define mentoring in terms of a collaborative partnership that is mutually beneficial. Learn about one’s own self- awareness and self-regulations.
  3. 3. 3 Program Objectives ( 2 of 5 ) Mentoring Discuss empathy and how to understand it, and use it to develop other people. Learn about social skills and how you can effectively interact with others. Evaluate why you need to mentor and how it leads to lower turnover for your business.
  4. 4. 4 Program Objectives ( 3 of 5 ) Mentoring Learn what a good mentor program can do for you individually, and for your business. Identify a mentor as a helper, and define the helper’s good and bad qualities.
  5. 5. 5 Program Objectives ( 4 of 5 ) Mentoring Gain knowledge about the 4 types of mentoring: natural, situational, supervisory and formal facilitated. Identify the responsibilities, process and outcomes of both the protégé and mentor.
  6. 6. 6 Program Objectives ( 5 of 5 ) Mentoring Describe the life cycle of a mentoring relationship. Gaining knowledge about establishing a formal mentoring program. Learn the six possible types of mentors and the roles that they play.
  7. 7. A CHALLENGE Please write a One Sentence Definition of M E N T O R I N G.
  8. 8. 8 Definition Mentoring Mentoring is a collaborative, mutually beneficial partnership between a Mentor (who possesses greater skills, knowledge and experience) and a Protégé (who is looking to increase his or her skills, knowledge and experience).
  9. 9. 9 Etymology Mentoring The word “mentor” came from the friend of Odysseus and the adviser of Telemachus in the Odyssey by Homer. It means “wise adviser.” It came from Greek, and was first used in common speech 1750. It was first used as a verb in 1888.
  10. 10. 10 Mentoring Model Mentoring Trust and Mutual Respect Content & Context Support Coach Challenge Growth ContextContent II. Mentor Attributes I. Process Attributes III. Mentor Attributes
  11. 11. 11 Reasons for Mentoring (1 of 2) Mentoring To pass on knowledge and skills To help employees settle into the organization To teach and learn To retain employees To provide support To foster mentor-protegé relationships
  12. 12. 12 Reasons for Mentoring (2 of 2) Mentoring To familiarize employees with the organization. To encourage the exchange of knowledge. To assimilate employees into the organization’s culture To provide help, feedback, and guidance to those in need.
  13. 13. 13 Benefits for the Mentor (1 of 2) Mentoring Provides mentor with a fresh perspective. Often allows mentor to learn from the protegé. Provides mentor with a sense of responsibility for passing along knowledge. Gives the mentor the opportunity to teach and provide guidance.
  14. 14. 15 Benefits for the Protegé (1 of 2) Mentoring Allows protegé to learn new skills. Provides protegé with help and guidance. Helps protegé settle into the organization. Provides the protegé with support. Familiarizes the protegé with the organization’s culture.
  15. 15. IDEAS
  16. 16. 18 Eight Steps Mentoring 1. Learn what mentoring is all about 2. Review mentoring suggestions 3. Make a match 4. Have the first meeting 5. Continue the partnership 6. Have a six month check-up 7. Continue with personal growth 8. Conclude the mentoring relationship