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Copy of Other People's Problems

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Chris Chandler

on 18 March 2015

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Transcript of Copy of Other People's Problems

Foundations of Peer Mentoring
Honor and Respect
Respect for Time and Effort
Respect for Connections and Introductions
Respect for Current Position

Safe Table
Ask Any Questions
Truthful Answers
Honest Feedback
Who was Mentor?
Mentor was left in charge of Ithaca when Odysseus went to war with Troy.

He wasn't very good at it.

Athena took the form of Mentor in order to give advice to Telemachus, Odysseus' son.
Sharing the Love
The Parable of the Founders
Mentoring Every Which Way but Loose
Not a Zero Sum Game
Pay it Forward.
Time is a Dimension
Remember, you're playing a long game.

The network is wide, and people will talk.

The network is deep, and people will remember the bad and the good.


It's not who you know, it's who knows you.
-Eric Reiss
How to Mentor
Ask Questions to Force Perspective:

What's in it for you?

What's in it for them?

Use the Five Whys.
Let's Play a Mentoring Game
Everyone should Play, remember, you never know when the person you're talking to might be Athena in disguise!
Lynn Boyden and Chris Chandler
Other People's Problems
Remember, you all can do this!
Time for Reflection




How did it feel to show your work?

How did it feel to give feedback?

Is there anything you would do differently?
Speed Critiquing

Turn to the person next to you.
If you have something to show, tell them "I have something I'd like your feedback on."
If you gave feedback in the first round, accept the feedback in the next round.
7 mins per round.
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