For all my American readers out there, want to do some volunteering as a mentor? SCORE is a nonprofit association dedicated to helping small businesses get off the ground, grow and achieve their goals through education and mentorship. They have been doing this for nearly fifty years.
MENTORS who share their expertise across 62 […]
Ann Rolfe is internationally recognised as Australia’s leading specialist in mentoring, and is available for speaking, training and consulting.
At here blog Ann shares her knowledge and allows you to ask your most pressing questions about mentoring.
The website assist us in:
Training and […]
If you are reading about mentoring for the first time it´s some information which is good to have. I will bring you some of them for the next week. And by the way, good luck with the mentoring work.
Mentors generally volunteer for their role for all the right reasons.
Many high […]
When having a running program it is important to have contact with all the participants. And especially in the start of a program. A short phone call or maybe an email to both the mentee and the mentor, just to get information about the first mentee/mentor meeting and the match. It is important for […]
There is a discussion going on, on www.linkedin.com about the difference between good and great trainers. What is your opinion about this?
Avinash Naidu who started the discussion means that you have to combine passion, intelligence, commitment, and cutting edge skills to deliver programs of […]
Evening Course II is a part of the Norwegian Mentor program (www.mentorprogrammet.no) facilitating the transfer of experience between the mentors and mentee.
The participants will receive training in practical tool that both could be useful in the mentor role, and in the work otherwise.
There will be room to discuss the management challenges and issues […]
“I MAY BE ONLY ONE PERSON – BUT TO ONE PERSON, I MIGHT BE THE WORLD!”
Those of us who are involved in mentoring, are so involved because we want to make a difference in other persons’ lives. Many of us became involved in mentoring because someone invested their energy, time, and caring in us. […]
Tomorrow I am going back to the University in Stavanger and their mentor program.
I am really looking forward to see all the mentees and mentors again, and get some feedback on their road in the mentoring landscape their in.
Where do I want to be at the completion of my mentoring voyage? What opportunities do you want a mentoring experience to give you? What will be different for you then? Do you really want that? Will you be ready for it? What does your gut say?
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