Mentoring: An Organizational Strategy for Building Relationships

Putting into Practice a Mentoring Program for your Organization

The overall goal of this two-day course is to build and maintain a dynamic reinforcement system or process, with the accompanying tools and activities, designed to identify and manage the ways to achieve organizational goals, through constant assessment and feedback leading to improvement of co-worker, team, and organizational performance, and satisfaction.

This workshop is offered within organizations for groups of 5 people or more.

Learning Outcomes
At the end of this workshop, while working in teams, you will be able to:

• Explain and apply 8 dynamic organizational mentoring roles, in order to enhance your own, and the organization’s Performance Management Capability, as described in the learning sessions
• Design a work plan for putting into practice a Mentoring Program for your co-workers

Workshop Topics

A Co-worker’s Perspective
• Mentor as LEARNER
• Mentor as COMMUNICATOR

A Mentor’s Perspective
• Mentor as MANAGER OF PERFORMANCE CAPABILITY
• Mentor as COACH
• Mentor as DECISION REACHER

Third Millennium Mentoring
• Mentor as MANAGER
• Mentor as CELEBRATOR OF DIVERSITY

An Organization’s Perspective
• Mentor as PARTNER
• Mentor as “LIBERATING” LEADER

Conclusions
• Review
• Feedforward

Learning Outcomes:

• Expect and achieve excellence from your co-workers
• Offer advice and support in difficult times
• Become an intentional role model
• Respect privacy, and protect confidentiality
• Establish measurable goals
• Become sensitive to diversity
• Welcome change and growth
• Hold yourself accountable
• Consider the consequences of becoming a Mentor

Who Should Attend This Course?

Organizational managers and supervisors, whose major task it is to build organizational relationships with their co-workers, in order that they will be able to perform to the optimal level of objective achievement, and also grow in satisfaction with their work and environment.

For more information on this workshop, please contact:
Sophie Gouédard
Tel: 613-234-2020, ext. 21
Email: sgouedard@pmctraining.com

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