MENTORING SKILLS TRAINING
soft skills with hard edge results
Mentoring is a highly effective way to develop staff, either with a firm-wide scheme or on a less formal basis. Mentoring is a form of ongoing support and guidance, where an experienced person mentors someone less experienced around a range of issues, from tackling workplace challenges to general confidence building. The more staff with mentoring skills within your organisation, the more potential you can realise in your workforce. All supervisory and management staff can greatly benefit from developing mentoring skills, which in turn benefits staff and the organisation as a whole.
Why Mentoring Skills Training?
Mentoring people through difficulties or challenges is an excellent way of developing staff to their full potential. The mentor benefits by sharing their experience and developing their own guiding and supporting skills, and the staff member is enabled to move forward and develop skills and confidence over a period of time. Mentoring Skills enhance any organisation.
- How mentoring adds value
- Understanding the process
- Understanding the role of a mentor
- Skills, qualities and strategies for mentoring
Mentoring is a skill-set that adds value in any organisation, through developing and supporting staff on an ongoing basis. Mentoring Skills Training provides individuals and teams with the understanding, tools and confidence to mentor others within the organisation. This creates the potential for a firm-wide (cpd) support and career development scheme.
Key learning from training:
- Principles and skills of mentoring
- Role play practice and feedback
- Practical tools for mentoring
- Information, discussion, practice, feedback and action planning