Effective Organisational Development starts with nurturing home-grown talent and running proper succession planning cycles rather than hiring costly expertise to plug skills shortages. Being a mentor is a rewarding and motivational role that develops transferable life skills in real-time for both the mentor and mentee.
At the end of the workshop you will:
Know what mentoring is and how it differs from management supervision, coaching and counseling be committed to being a ‘best practitioner’
Have heightened awareness of common problems associated with mentoring
Have developed your practical skills in relation to being an effective mentor in a safe and supportive environment. For instance, confidence to make interventions ‘in the moment’ that will benefit the mentee
Have identified a personal plan of action to close any skills gaps or knowledge in this area