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Frontline Solutions Ltd. offers training for mentoring programmes in seminars or workshops.

Every mentoring programme is unique, and we will tailor an approach to suit the size and the purpose of your project. Here is an outline of our workshops and seminars for mentoring.

An Introduction to Mentoring [3 Workshops]

1. An Introduction to the Benefits of Mentoring for the Organisation

- suited to management for clarification of goals and to design your mentoring programme to align with existing performance management practices.

2. An Introduction to the Benefits of Mentoring for Mentees

    - for those who will benefit from access to a mentoring relationship. We assist management to proceed and present mentoring to key stakeholders as well as the recipients of mentoring within the organisation. It also addresses 'how to be a responsible mentee'.

3. An Introduction to the Benefits of Mentoring for Potential Mentors

- an understanding of their role and rewards. We explain the guidelines; clarify the expectations; and outline the support for those offering themselves for the mentoring role.

Training for Mentor Management - Skills and Processes

    • For internal facilitators or coordinators to ensure risks are minimised; training is provided for mentors and mentees; reviews and evaluations are ongoing; and progress is monitored.
    • Understanding the application of the checklist items [see Mentoring Checklist]

Training for Mentors / Managers / Coaches

Diagram Potential or selected mentors will become familiar with:

  • relevant self-esteem, personal and social development terminology and related concepts.
  • strategies for identifying self-esteem needs and enhancing self-esteem.
  • strategies for maintaining their own self-esteem and personal, social development and mentoring skills.
  • communication skills establishing an appropriate mentoring relationship.
  • confirming a contract. Understanding safety and boundary issues as well as ethical issues for mentors.

With our support to ensure confidence, these potential mentors will manage a mentoring phase with a client. They will undertake practical experience in a managed mentoring setting using the following personal skills and attributes: and effectiveness in their role.

  • Understanding mentoring, coaching, managing and training - purposes, functions, roles, limitations and boundaries to these roles.
  • Creating an affirmative, positive development environment.

Communication proficiency - effective questioning, reflective listening to deepen empathy and delivering appropriate feedback to encourage development.

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