Leadership & Management Courses

Leadership & Management Training Course - Mastering Mentoring. Mentoring is largely about passing on one’s experience and knowledge to others and so this programme is valuable to managers of people and other managers of managers. The focus is practical and about translating knowledge into action. The prime aims of this programme is to accelerate the sharing of accumulated learning among its management population and other employees. It will also show delegates how to be an affective mentor for others whilst at the same time benefiting themselves through increased awareness of their own abilities and experience and abilities. Lichfield, Staffordshire, Midlands.

"Mastering Mentoring"

 

“So, What’s This Course About?”

 

Mentoring is largely about passing on one’s experience and knowledge to others and so this programme is valuable to managers of people and other managers of managers.

The focus is practical and about translating knowledge into action.

The prime aims of this programme is to accelerate the sharing of accumulated learning among its management population and other employees. It will also show delegates how to be an affective mentor for others whilst at the same time benefiting themselves through increased awareness of their own abilities and experience and abilities.

The delegates will focus on the skills, knowledge and values of an effective mentor.  When you KNOW what to do, have the necessary WANT to do it, you will create a habit.

Following this session an individual will be able to set up, build, maintain and develop a long term mentoring relationship to the benefit of themselves, their mentee and the organisation.

Delegates will also learn how to manage their time management system through assertive behaviour and negotiation skills.

“Develop others for the long term success of your organisation”

 

“What Are The Objectives Of This Course?”

 

  • For delegates to understand the personal benefits to them of being a mentor.
  • For each delegate to identify the skills needed to be an effective mentor.
  • For each delegate to know the process and underpinning principles needed for quality mentoring meetings.
  • For each delegate to know and understand the desired behaviours and values of a mentor.
  • For each delegate to manage the mentor/mentee relationship for mutual learning and development.
  • For each delegate to understand the benefits of mentoring for themselves, their mentee and the business.
  • For each delegate to practice and develop their mentoring whilst on the programme.

 

“The Course Is Very Practical & Interactive With Lots Of Opportunities To Practice Your Skills.

On The Day We Will Cover:”

 

Developing the SKILLS

  • Active Listening.
  • Coaching.
  • Giving And Receiving Quality Feedback.
  • How to build a productive relationship using different communication styles.

 

Broadening KNOWLEDGE – The Underpinning Foundations

  • 4 Key stages of mentoring
  • 9 steps to ensure effective business outcomes

- Connect
- Contracting
- To G R O W
- Follow up
- The Ending

  • Time Structuring – how to use the time effectively.

 

BEHAVIOURS and VALUES

  • The values most wanted in a mentor.
  • Transactional analysis to understand effective communication and behaviours for a “clean” relationship.

 

Summary And Action Plan

 

“What Are You Waiting For… Contact Us Now To Book A Consultation & Learn More About This Course!”

 

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