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HBCU LI: Mentor Training

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HBCU LI: Mentor Training
August, 6th, 2009
Who can be a "Mentor"? What does it mean to be a "Mentor"?
A wise and trusted teacher or counselor (Classical Greek meaning) "A knowledgeable and experienced facilitator."
-Ryan R. MacG. Springer Pairing of a more skilled and/or experienced person with a lesser skilled and/or experienced person with demonstrated potential.
Mentor-Protege Relationship Create and sustain a positive learning alliance
Define and agree on a learning goal
Understand the value of the goal
Break goal into manageable parts
Plan and prioritize
Pick styles and methods of learning
Promote responsibility
Observe and evaluate
Provide feedback
Demonstrate competency and celebrate
10 Steps of Mentoring MENTORSHIP Leadership Institute Tools Individual Leadership Development Plan (ILDP) Leadership Project Plan (LPP) Thomas Kilman Inventory (TKI)
Scores your preference to the 5 modes of conflict Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)
Describes archetypes based on certain observable human behaviors Learning Styles Self Assessments
Complete included learning style self assessment
www.learning-styles-online.com: visual, verbal, aural, logical, physical, solitary, social
Compare styles with your proteges
Practical EQ Emotional Intelligence
"...the ability to monitor one's own and others' feelings and emotions, to discriminate among them, and to use this information to guide one's thinking and action" - Goleman The Graduate School: Leadership Effectiveness Inventory Mentor Panel What were your initial expectations as a mentor?
Where those expectations accurate and/met in the end?
What were your challenges as a mentor?
How did you overcome them?
How often did you meet?
What's your current relationship with your mentor? Video: The Art of Possibility
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