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Two Day Workshop

Be a great Mentor


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Mentoring is an invaluable tool to transfer knowledge, skills and wisdom from seasoned and mature role models to less experienced, eager and talented individuals. It helps to limit staff turnover, facilitate the progress of previously disadvantaged individuals, support rapid change and manage the stress associated with new responsibilities. What makes it extremely difficult to know what protégés need from mentors is the fact that they ‘don’t know that they don’t know!’ The mentor on the other hand – as the more experienced partner – has forgotten what he/she didn’t know, and takes many things for granted. The protégé typically ‘has to learn what the mentor has already forgotten’.


In this course you will learn how to:

  • distinguish between mentoring and coaching
  • identify the factors that impact the mentoring process
  • match mentors and mentees, as well as their needs and expectations
  • identify protégé (mentee) needs
  • be aware of personal dynamics in the mentoring process
  • value individual differences
  • identify and overcome common obstacles to the growth and development of the protégé
  • follow a six-step mentoring process
  • develop a protégé development plan
  • monitor the protégé’s progress
Recommended Psychological Assessment

Myers-Briggs Type Indicator

Who should attend?

Experienced role models with a keen interest in developing others.

DISCLAIMER: Presenters and attendees of all CPD activities must please note that the attainment of continuing education units (CEUs) does not licence any professional to practice outside their official scope of practice. CEUs are intended to broaden the knowledge of professionals but do not constitute professional training. Professionals should be registered with the HPCSA to perform any psychological act.