Mentoring & Coaching
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- Lectures 22
- Quizzes 4
- Students 0
- Certificate Yes
- Assessments Self
Please read instructions below
EXPLAIN THE CONCEPT OF MENTORING.
- The concept of mentoring
- The difference between mentoring, coaching, counseling and training
- The boundaries in a mentorship contract are negotiated with reference to realistic, agreed goals.
- written contract including a code of ethical conduct in the relationship is negotiated with a prospective employee to be mentored.
- The roles and responsibilities of the mentor and employee to be mentored
- M&C Session 1 Video
- M&C / Module 1 Test
DESCRIBE THE CHARACTERISTICS OF A GOOD MENTOR.
- The importance of communication in the mentoring process
- The characteristics of a good mentor
- The consequences of a mismatch in the selection of mentor or employee to be mentored are identified with examples.
- The characteristics of a potential employee to be mentored are identified and matched for compatibility with own personality.
- Three different models of mentoring are explained and an indication is given of the one that is most appropriate in a specific environment.
- M&C Session 2 Video
- M&C / Module 2 Test
EXPLAIN THE IMPORTANCE OF KNOWLEDGE IN MENTORING.
- Information required to fill knowledge gaps is accessed for a specific situation.
- Questions are asked to determine knowledge level in a specific situation.
- The importance of relevant knowledge and experience in a mentoring situation is explained and an indication is given of why it is necessary to keep up to date.
- M&C Session 3 Video
- M&C / Module 3 Test
APPLY THE SKILLS AND TECHNIQUES REQUIRED OF A MENTOR.
- Interpersonal communication skills required of a mentor are demonstrated for three different scenarios.
- Relationships, dynamics and personality aspects in a situation are assessed using active listening and observation skills.
- A plan to mentor an individual is developed with reference to goal setting, critical path schedule, continuous monitoring and review.
- Feedback on an individual`s progress is provided in terms of measured objectives and the negotiated mentoring contract.
- M&C Session 4 Video
- M&C / Module 4 Test