Mentoring. Learn about the importance of mentoring in education with Dr Kim Gilligan from Sunderland University.
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What will I learn?

You'll know how to distinguish between mentoring and coaching

You'll learn how effective mentoring works for NQTs and other staff

You'll discover the challenges with traditional approaches

You'll build your approach on the latest research

Mentoring is a powerful personal development and empowerment tool. It is an effective way of helping people to progress in their careers and is becoming increasing popular as its potential is realised. It is a partnership between two people (mentor and mentee) normally working in a similar field or sharing similar experiences. It is a helpful relationship based upon mutual trust and respect.

This Learning Trunk covers...

  • FREE!
    An Introduction
  • Define Mentoring and Coaching
  • Why do we Mentor?
  • How is the Process of Mentoring Changing?
  • Learning Theories
  • Critical Incidents
  • The Importance of Empathy
  • Mentoring in Other Sectors
  • The Impact of Mentoring

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