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Mentoring Models & Metrics - Mentoring Seminar

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Laura Lunsford

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Transcript of Mentoring Models & Metrics - Mentoring Seminar

2. Framework
Visual Models

(Logic Models)
3. Tools
Goals
- GROW
- SMART

Web 2.0 Tools
- Online survey software
- Dropbox - share documents
- Google Drive - share documents
- Asana - to do list, automate reminder emails.

Worksheets
for Logic Model building.

4. Measurement
What to measure, from whom and when?

What:
Doseage - amount, intensity, duration.
Log of activities.
Resources allocated.
Consider categories of desired outcomes.

How
Survey Interview
Focus Group Narratives
Photographs Your notes
Participant emails.

From Whom:
Mutuality - collect information from mentors and protégés.

When:
Natural times in your program, at least at the beginning and at the end.


5. Monitor --> Improve
Establish an Advisory Board to review evaluation results.
Mentoring Models & Metrics:
Evaluating for Improvement

1. Goals
The Power of
WHY

What are your goals...and
why
?
What is success...and
why
?
Why
are these goals important?
Why
will this program accomplish these goals?
Laura Gail Lunsford, PhD
Amanda Fosmire

(Friedman, Rothman, & Withers, 2006)
Goals..... Think Outcomes

Behavioral
(performance, intentions, helping, deviance)
scholarly or work productivity, GPA
Attitudinal
(situational, school, career)
job satisfaction
Health
(substance, stress/strain, self-perception)
work stress, scholastic competence
Relational
supervisor support, relationship quality
Motivational/Involvement
hours worked, career planning
Career Recognition/Success/Skills
promotion, pay, skills
(Eby et al, 2008)
A man's judgment is no better than his information.
~ Robert Louis Stevenson
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