Mentorship Program

Corporate Leadership

Mentorship Program

Whether you’re a first time leader or have years of experience, improving your mentoring skills is essential. As a manager you have an opportunity and responsibility to guide others toward effective solutions to the challenges they face. Having the guidance, encouragement, and support of a trusted and experienced mentor can provide a mentee with a broad range of personal and professional benefits, which ultimately lead to improved performance in the workplace.

Mentorship Program

Key Benefits

  • Mentorship Essential Qualities

    Comprehend the 3 C’s of mentorship: clarity, communication & commitment.

  • Knowledge Management

    Focus on the transfer of knowledge, it becomes a way to give employees the hard skills they need to succeed in their current roles.

  • Social Capital Investment

    Understand the power of mentoring on the whole population, because mentorship is an on going positive trust based connection of support and guidance.

  • Emotional Intelligence

    Understand how your EI impacts your behavior and influences how you deal with others as a mentor.

  • Constructive Feedback From A Mentor

    Know how to give a constructive feedback as a mentor, it is the mentor's responsibility to give mentee feedback to move forward in his or her career.

Duration : Three Days Online/Offline
Mentorship Program

Program Topics Covered

  • Recent researches on behavioral change and learning (F rom fear based learning to insight based learning)
  • Breaking the myth of inconvenience (5 myths of inconvenience)
  • How humans learn about themselves (Meaning-making machine)
  • The three major motivators of high performance by Daniel Pink
  • Emotional intelligence as key competency for mentorship
  • Handling emotional triggers
  • Knowhow to shifting your emotions (Conversation intentions, emotional intentions, highest regards)
  • Mentor essential qualities
  • Mentoring styles (Myburgh)
  • How do you listen to what they say? (Process and Flaws)
  • Listening to your three centers in conversations (Head, heart, gut)
  • Knowledge Management (Transmission & Absorption)
  • Modes of Knowledge transfer via mentoring
  • AID Feedback model (Action, Impact, Desired outcome)
Some Of Our Clients Who Took This Program