Our course on Mentoring in the Workplace is designed to give you practical guidance on setting up and/or improving existing mentoring relationships.
A good mentoring relationship provides your employees and especially new staff with someone that will share their professional knowledge and expertise. It helps employees quickly settle into a new job and develops staff’s careers.
Who is this course for?
This course is ideally suited to those who need to establish and manage the mentoring relationship; to adopt a more ‘hands-off’ empowering style when developing others and make informed decisions about establishing and developing mentoring in your organisation.
Mentoring in the Workplace is run as a full day course that is practical and skills based. You will practise interactive role-play sessions and action planning, to better understand what mentoring is, how it differs from coaching and other forms of people development.
By attending this course delegates will learn:
Defining Mentoring – what mentoring is and what it isn’t
Helping mentorees ‘own’ their personal development
Using questions to develop reflective learning
Using feedback to GROW people
Setting learning goals
Building successful mentoring relationships
Accentuating the positive
The Business Benefit
Improved productivity; Better interpersonal relationships will result in a happier, more productive office
Confidence in knowing that business practices are being followed and learned from your experienced staff
Encourages a continual flow of information between staff members
The knowledge that your staff can have coaching and development time within the workplace.
Your Course Tutor
Jon Williams has been a personal development and management trainer for more than fifteen years. Fully qualified through the CIPD, Jon works in both the public and privates sectors delivering a wide variety or management and personal development training.
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