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It strikes me, time after time. Everywhere when I talk to people and for people about mentoring. Almost everyone is responding the same way, as a big question mark in their face. I want a mentor they say, and wondering how to get one.
So many and fine places you come to as a trainer and speaker. Right now I am on my way to Ørlandet Millitary Base in Trondheim, Norway. After one hour flight to Trondheim I am now sitting on a boat (in one hour) out to the base. Actually it`s the second boat, because the first one had som kind of trouble and had to return back to the harbour after about 15 min.
The seminar at the Aiesec conference went very well, a lot of people willing to learn how to be a mentor. At the end we talked about how this could be used for the best of Aiesec, maybe to get more members.
Some even talked about invited me to their schools to do the seminar again for all the members and maybe for some potential members to.
Well we have to see, and hopefully you will hear more about this. Here are some pictures.
The training is conducted in fantastic scenery just outside of Gothenburg in Sparreviken’s
lägergård, Ljungskile ( http://www.sparreviken.se/ in swedish).
The training will be in English so you could all attend. The price is set to 780 SEK (about 68 euro). To sign up to this wonderful training or ask for more information mail: Martin.Westerling@jcs.se
Today I am going to the AIESEC Conference in Oslo, Norway to talk about mentoring.
Also here I will be conducting my seminar "The Big Five", I hope there will be a lot of people. More about this and some pictures will come a bit later.
If you are in Oslo, come by and join the seminar, it is in Chateau Neuf, Slemdalsveien 15.
As you all know by now I have a seminar called "The Big Five" where I am talking about the five tools in being a mentor. The seminar has grown very popular and the student at Campus Kristiania stood in line to get to the seminar. Taking only 30 participants it`s difficult to reach evry students who wants to participate.
All 32 students find the seminar very useful and had a great time with other students they barely knew and suddenly they were telling them personal things.
After the seminar they all would try the tools to be a better student and to get other students better.
Can a trainer ask for more?
To participate in mentoring will take too much time
Participants report that mentoring takes less time than they expected. The key to dealing with the issue of time is effective time management.
Tomorrow I am going to Campus Kristiania in Norway and Oslo to conduct a three hours seminar in "The Big 5".
Learning the students to act as a mentor when it comes to projects and exams. I will post some more from the day, pictures and program for the whole event later.
This is a very good example for a business mentors good work. For Entrepreneurs it should be an opportunity to get a mentor early in the business. They can help with a lot of things.
With her mentor’s help, Rose built a successful business loan application and qualified for the loan she needed to open the doors of her new store.
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