Group mentoring is an association of individuals whose purpose is to promote the professional development of its members with the assistance of one mentor who acts as the group's leader. This group-oriented experience provides numerous kinds of mentoring assistance, including information sharing, advice, social support, coaching, counseling, and empowering individuals to greater competency.
This workbook serves as a go-to resource for mentors who are in charge of managing and leading a group of mentorees. Topics include the difference between one-to-one and group mentoring, the role of the mentor, tips and techniques for managing the group, and insights on group dynamics. In addition, this workbook also provides plenty of resources, including access to helpful downloadable documents on the Management Mentors website.
Based on the author's deep expertise in the mentoring field and his twenty-plus years "in the trenches" of designing and implementing world-class mentoring programs, "Group Mentoring Manual for Mentors" will serve as your go-to reference as you embark on this group mentoring journey.
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About the Author
This entrepreneurial spirit combined with his keen insight into human behavior led Rene to found Management Mentors, Inc. in 1989. Management Mentors’ philosophy is simple: to show companies how structured mentoring programs are the most powerful and effective strategy for professional development within an organization.
Today, Rene strives to be a leader in the mentoring field rather than just “another” consultant. To this end, he has developed mentoring tools, such as online tutorials, that are unique in emphasizing the interpersonal dynamics in mentoring while at the same time working toward creating standards of excellence so that the mentoring profession maintains its integrity and pr