Mentoring @ Work


Company Information



Company/Provider: Workwise Corporate Training Solutions

Email: Send Enquiry / Make A Booking

Telephone: 27 11 4767550



Address:
Suite 5, 178 Smit Str
Fairland
Johannesburg
Gauteng
South Africa

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Course Description

What is Mentoring? Is mentoring the same as coaching? What is the difference between mentoring, coaching and counselling?
Who should be a mentor and what should mentors do?

Mentoring @ Work is a dynamic one day introduction to mentoring and mentorship,
that answers all these questions and more!

Mentoring @ Work empowers team leaders and managers to:
• Understand how mentoring can be beneficial to themselves, mentees, teams and the organisation
• Mentor candidates in the workplace to empower them to achieve personal and professional success
• Mentor candidates using a structured, simple, effective method
Mentoring in the workplace offers many benefits, including quicker on-boarding time for new recruits, the development of a culture of learning in an organisation, improved cross-functional understanding and insight, individual development resulting in the achievement of career objectives and retention of key talent.
Not only can a mentoring programme boost the performance of mentees, but research shows that mentors are also usually more productive; less stressed; gather valuable perspective from younger employees, and develop a loyal network of supporters that form a talent pool that they can draw on in the future.
Give your team leaders and managers the skills to empower change and success!

OUTCOMES & BENEFITS

Learners will be able to:

• Define mentoring

• Understand the difference between mentoring, coaching and counselling

• List and discuss the benefits of mentoring for individuals, teams and organisations

• Understand fundamental principles that underpin a successful mentoring relationship

• Contract with a mentee to define the scope, duration and expected outcomes of the mentoring relationship

• List and describe the roles and responsibilities of the mentor and the mentee

• List and describe the skills required by mentors

• Guide and assist the mentee to set SMART standards for development and achievement

• Provide active guidance and mentoring support to assist the mentee to achieve his/her goals and objectives in a supportive environment

• Provide the mentee with active, constructive feedback and criticism to enable him/her to achieve the required outcomes

• Maintain and build the self-esteem and confidence of the mentee over the course of the relationship

• Close the mentoring relationship properly

Date(s)

As required by clients for groups of 6 - 15 learners per group

Duration

1 day

Notes

Certification: A certificate of attendance on completion of the programme
Learners receive:
A workbook containing readings to develop concept awareness and understanding; activities and exercises to develop skill and case studies / practical examples to demonstrate process. Learners also receive a resource CD with customisable templates for ongoing use.

Location

Nationally as required by clients

Venue

At client's own training venue for groups of 6 - 15 learners per group


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