I have included him in senior level meetings that otherwise he would not attend. Mentor and Mentee Discussion Ideas . To do so, you need to think about what setting would feel comfortable for both of you, and plan out some I am both a mentor and quite often a mentee, so the suggestions are from both perspectives. See more ideas about Youth ministry, Youth activities and Youth games. Mentors: During your meeting, please: Determine the focus of your next meeting. It is a joy to help him grow, and I am learning from him as well. Consultation Sessions.
With your mentee, choose a few goals and first steps. Jan 27, 2015 - Explore nicole2k4's board "Mentoring Ideas", followed by 161 people on Pinterest. You can get ideas from the list below and then write your own unique message to show your appreciation.
Typically, first meetings allow the mentee and mentor to get to know a little bit about each other, attach a face to a name and gain a bit of comfort.
1. Establish Meeting Times (approximately 10 min) Discuss times, dates, and places for meetings. Here are some tips on what to prepare before you sit face to face to make the most out of your meeting. Download an outline summary here. First step, you found the mentor (see this post for practical ideas on how to find a mentor). In addition to nutting out exactly where you’d like to be in one, two and five years’ time (so says M&C Saatchi’s general manager, Mim Haysom), and knowing exactly what you want from your meetings, you first and foremost should prep a detailed agenda, so as not to waste your mentor’s time.
Neither you nor the mentor have a lot of time, a frequent obstacle often cited in mentoring studies. 10 ways to make your team meetings more engaging Published on July 10, 2014 July 10, 2014 • 136 Likes • 17 Comments Using the Staff Guide and the resources linked below, mentors and mentees are encouraged to meet in January or February to discuss progress made on implementing IDPs. Here are some suggestions on how to prepare for, and participate in, your first meeting with a mentor. 1. MENTEE FIRST MEETING CHECKLIST . Discuss with your mentor which goals you can work towards together, and the required first steps. You can send these thank you notes via text/SMS, email, Facebook, Twitter, IM, or any of the social networking sites to show your mentor, boss, and leader how grateful you are for all the encouragement, inspiration, and motivation. Often people don't quite know what to do with their mentor or as a mentor when they get together. Plan to meet for 60 minutes, at least once a month. I have set up mentoring programs in several companies including my current one.