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Mentees Guide to Mentoring

Mentees Guide to Mentoring by Norm Cohen
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The Mentee's Guide to Mentoring offers practical guidance in the art of establishing and maintaining productive interpersonal communication with mentors. Mentees who are knowledgeable about the dynamics of the one-to-one mentoring relationship - especially from the perspective of the trained mentor - will be in a stronger position to directly contribute to a more effective utilization of time and energy during their own participation in a mentoring program.

The Guide is divided into 15 sections. Each section contains concise information about an important facet of the mentoring experience. As a unified approach to mentoring, the total work will provide mentees with a comprehensive overview of the one-to-one model of learning. In addition, a detailed subject index offers more precise assistance in locating specific topics.

Key Training Points for Mentees:

  • Understand the essential purpose and
    attainable goals of sponsored programs
  • Comprehend the responsibilities of persons who have been properly oriented and trained
    to function in the complete mentor role
  • Learn and apply the interpersonal skills typically required of both mentees and mentors
  • Anticipate internal and external problems
    normally inherent in mentoring-based development initiatives
  • Identify specific actions mentees can pursue
    as independent learners during the evolving
    phases of mentoring

Selected Contents

  • The Purpose of the Mentoring Process
  • The Matching Process
  • Maintaining a Mentee Journal
  • Policy of Using Mentors as References
  • Understanding the Complete Mentor Role
  • The Phases of Mentoring
  • Mentee Response to Mentoring Behavior
HRD Press; January 1999
83 pages; ISBN 9781599967127
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Title: Mentees Guide to Mentoring
Author: Norm Cohen