Who are We? Can We Change the Outcome? ((when mentoring)) A very interesting question wouldn’t you think? Is who we are, a product of our past? This particular question has been raised a number of times in my sphere of influence — as a mentor — Reflective Consideration with Doug Lawrence
What are the 7 Essential Elements of Responsive Listening When Mentoring — Attending (Hearing), Understanding (Meaning), Comprehending (Your Meaning), and four more
More about the concepts than practice! IMC Mentoring Lounge
November 17, 2021
Ethics are at the forefront of all relationships involving mentors and mentees. Through mentoring interactions, ethical decision-making guides their shared behavior. As a mentor, how you obtain, serve, and retain mentees involves ethics. The mentees’ willingness to work with you is guided by your ethical decision-making regarding the mentoring experience.
A video presentation — Topic: 7 Ethical Values for Extraordinary Mentoring Relationships… concept review more than offering practices – gives you a great understanding of the 7 ethical values