Date: Thursday 19th November 2015
Cost: €240 funding applied
Motivate, Support and Encourage your Team
Effective mentoring provides support that identifies the qualities and abilities in other people and develops them. It identifies difficulties and finds ways around them or circumvents them where appropriate. If it very important at the outset to understand the difference between mentoring and coaching. Mentoring involves a partnership between an experienced mentor and a mentee who wants to learn from that experience. Coaching involves a relationship between a professionally trained coach and coachee who needs to clarify and accomplish specific development and performance goals. This session focuses on the techniques by which managers develop and improve the performance of their team through mentoring.
Who is this course for?
This session is initially aimed at Managers/Supervisors whose opinions and direction will be incorporated in the roll out of further programmes
Defining your role(s)
How you can act as a Mentor – expectations of Mentees
The difference between Coaching and Mentoring
Developing relationships and creating trust
Understanding the need for open communication
Setting clear objectives
Dealing with emotions (EI)
Dealing with conflict and difficult situations
Building confidence and developing rapport
How will you learn?
This course involves an interactive workshop format and will consist of a mix of:
Teaching by an expert trainer using a variety of quality learning materials
Group and individual learning activities
Opportunity to practice relevant mentoring scenarios and receive detailed feedback
Irish Business Training Ltd
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The Aviation & Aerospace Skillnet is funded by member companies and the Training Networks Programme, an initiative of Skillnets funded from the National Training Fund through the Department of Education and Skills.
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