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Note: A minimum pre-registration of 8 participants is required for this workshop to be facilitated as scheduled.

Total Workshop Time: 1.5 Hours

Pre-requisites: None.

Description: Did you know that both mentors and mentees report greater satisfaction levels in the workplace? Being a workplace mentor can be an effective way to develop your own leadership and communication skills while helping a less experienced employee grow professionally too. We know you’re busy, so we’ve put together this workshop to provide you with a simple framework for figuring out who you should mentor, how to get started, and what the basics of good mentorship are. Mentoring and being mentored leads to increased personal and professional satisfaction, fewer mistakes on the job, and greater loyalty to the organization. Join us to explore how you can harness this potential by becoming a mentor in your own backyard and beyond!

In this workshop participants will:

  • Discuss the practical considerations and logistics associated with a mentoring partnership
  • Learn a framework for providing effective mentoring.

Facilitated by: Josh Bacon, Dean of Students

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Level: Fundamental

Type: Single Session

Competency: Organizational Development

Series: New for 2016
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