Mentoring for Results

Habits of Highly Effective Mentors

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In a recent survey, two-thirds of millennial workers said they want a mentor. This is critical since millennials will make up 46 percent of the workforce by 2020. Formal and informal mentoring programs are an increasingly popular approach for organizations to attract, develop and retain talent. Regardless, if you are a Mentor or Mentee, this insightful training program will help you to understand the benefits to both the individuals and the organization, the key skills required to be an effective mentor and mentee, and the habits that are most important in creating a meaningful mentoring relationship.

Here’s a sample of what you’ll learn:

  • Essentials of mentoring and the mentor’s and mentee’s role
  • Understand the stages of a mentoring conversation
  • Habits of effective mentors: questioning, listening, sharing, feedback
  • Mentoring leadership styles and sustaining the relationship
This course qualifies for .6 CEU credits. Learn more about on-site training