Self-Concept and Self-Esteem Mentor and Mentee ~ Mentoring Lounge
October 20, 2021
Self-Concept and Self-Esteem when serving as a mentor and/or participating as a mentee;
Another common term is "Awareness of Self" - about balancing intention and attention while involved in the mentoring arrangement and relationship;
More about the concepts than practice!
What is the meaning of self-concept - awareness of self for a mentor and/or mentee in the mentoring experience
Self-Concept and Self-Esteem Mentor and Mentee
00:03 Introduction to the Video
00:49 Self-Concept --- Awareness of Self
01:37 Define Mentoring
02:50 Introduce Self-Concept
04:35 How you see yourself
05:07 External influence, Internal influence, a combination
05:05 Serving as a mentor from a whole perspective
08:42 Self-Concept, Mentoring, Mental Health
11:20 Different Kinds of Self -[TU to Carl Rogers]
17:40 Hierarchy of Values - https://drdemartini.com/values
20:04 Awareness - Intention and Attention
21:36 Awareness of Self and Certification
24:30 The whole perspective for self-concept and self-esteem
25:50 Closing the video
A place to start... https://internationalmentoringcommunity.com
Have the International Coaching Federation (and many more) offering coaching certifications... ICF uses recorded experience and a written test of knowledge to award the certificate
With IMC we verify the competence of a mentor based on evidence-based learning and experience-based educating + submission and use of a Mentoring Log/Portfolio + we use a rigorous verification system which is framed by ISO standards and regulations, and the Criminal Code of Canada from an EOHS perspective...
About verification of knowledge concepts, skill practices, and the attitudinal values IMC recognizes you have lived experience --- and, others want to tap into your lived experience - therefore, when you answer the questions of the person before you with the intention of the evolvement of that person based on ethical values and ecological literacy - then you can begin to appreciate and celebrate what it means to mentor and thereafter be called a mentor... and if a certificate of competence mentor is what you want, it's what we can offer!
Notes from Doug Lawrence, Director Education & Outreach https://internationalmentoringcommunity.com
Mentoring Defined: Mentoring is a two-way trusted relationship where the mentor and mentee are both going to learn and grow on a personal and professional basis. The self-statements:
Identity – Who am I and who do I want to be
Feeling of belonging
Feeling of competence
One of the Action_Outcome statements for the Certificate of Competence – Mentor
Is the way that you see yourself
Is the way that you think about yourself in every area of your life
The internal sense of being good enough and worthy of love and belonging from others
Occurs when we lack confidence or feel incapable of doing things we need to do
Is an attitude about your skills and abilities
You accept and trust yourself and have a sense of control in your life
You know your strengths and weaknesses well and have a positive view of yourself
People with low self-confidence often have errors in their thinking
If you have any questions regarding these “self-statements” or have comments regarding what has been shared please reach out to us via the Comments section below and/or use the “Contact” form at https://internationalmentoringcommunity.com --- we would be happy to get back to you as quickly as we can.
Doug Lawrence Director of Education and Outreach
What is the International Mentoring Community (IMC) Planning for You?
It's October 2021 - and we are ramping up the programs, projects, processes, and products of IMC... sharing early announcements
with Doug Lawrence, International Mentor and Director of Education & Outreach
How about acquiring certification as a mentor? Visit the website!
Reach out to us with your comments - to ask questions - to get involved with mentoring certification...
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