Mentoring Competency

Developing a professional relationship in which an experienced person (the mentor), assists another (the mentee), in developing specific skills and knowledge that will enhance the less-experienced person’s professional and personal growth.

Behaviours include:
Critical Self Awareness
Conceptual thinking including identifying patterns or connections between situations that are not obviously related
Practice active listening and facilitate the development of insight without imposing personal views, opinions or recommendations
Builds long-standing ethical networks of resources which may be helpful in achieving professional goals
Relates and works effectively within a cross-cultural context
Builds commitment in self and others around strategic objectives that enhance the broader goals of the organizations
Models collective success rather than individual success

PMC Open Enrollment Workshops addressing this competency:
Active Listening Skills
Assertiveness and Conflict Resolution
Conducting Effective Performance Appraisals
Critical Thinking and Creative Problem-Solving
Delegation Skills for the Workplace
Making the Transition from Co-Worker to Team Leader
Managing and Leading with Emotional Intelligence
Managing Difficult Conversations
Managing Remote Teams
Powerful Coaching Skills: How to Create a High Performing Team
Techniques for the Occasional Trainer
Using Positive Influencing Skills in the Workplace

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