Mentoring can take many different forms and the relationship is often cultivated uniquely between the mentor and mentee.

“Mentoring is a brain to pick, an ear to listen and a push in the right direction.”

John Crosby

Here’s our seven steps to how this can translate in practice if you take on the role of a mentor.

As mentors you may:

  • Gain the opportunity to reflect on your own development.
  • Develop key skills such as listening, questioning, facilitation, empathising and rapport building.
  • Develop your own confidence and self-esteem from providing support to another.
  • Feel more involved and that you are giving something back.
  • Extend your own people development experience.
  • Develop your leadership skills

Apply to register your interest today.