Have you reached a point in your career where you don’t think you can improve your skillset without the guidance of someone else…someone whose knowledge, skills and experience could help you progress in your professional goals? Or maybe you are a person who has a vested interest in seeing others around you succeed? As a profession we have conferences where knowledge is shared in a “sit-n-get” model which we know doesn’t meet the needs of those looking to grow and expand. This kind of growth requires a relationship over time with a person who is ready for a mutually beneficial relationship. This is called mentoring. Join this class to learn how to start a true mentorship program so therapists, parents, teachers and students can thrive.
Key Learning Outcomes
1. Identify three personal, individual and unique ways they contribute to the mentoring process that result in increased skills of a mentee.
2. Understand how authenticity and self-reflection impact growth outcomes.
3. Recognize three strategies that used in the phases of mentoring to enable growth for both the mentor and the mentee.