AIM21 WAVE1 Mentorship Program Closure Ceremony
12. AIM 21 Mentorship Program Wave 1 Final - Term Survey Results & Feedback
13. AIM 21 Mentorship Program Wave 1 Final - Term Survey Results & Feedback
1. AIM 21 Mentorship Program Wave 1 (April 20 – July 20, 2021) Program Closure Ceremony
2. Agenda § Sharing of Survey results § Feedback from Mentors / Mentees
3. AIM 21 Mentorship Program Wave 1 Final - Term Survey Results & Feedback Survey Participation from mentors/mentees 40% Mentors 55% Mentees 45%
5. AIM 21 Mentorship Program Wave 1 Final - Term Survey Results & Feedback We had open and honest communications and meaningful conversations My mentoring partner has shared concerns and asked good questions My mentoring partner has enlightened me I want to continue this mentoring relationship beyond this engagement
4. AIM 21 Mentorship Program Wave 1 Final - Term Survey Results & Feedback I was able to commit the time necessary to make the engagement successful I was able to take co - ownership of the process and drive for the desired outcome I felt there was good chemistry with my mentoring partner I felt there was sufficient preparation that went into each mentoring session
8. AIM 21 Mentorship Program Wave 1 Final - Term Survey Results & Feedback Question: What have I learned from this mentoring engagement? Be kind to self, reflect and how small changes can have a positive impact Together we are stronger. I have learnt to push through the doubt and be more secure in myself and my decisions. Patience and Ownership As a mentor, I get to learn from my mentee too. The process of challenging mentee's beliefs, exploring blind spots and co - creating action plans was beneficial to mentees and to the mentor as well. Trust and rapport are critical. Thereafter the discussions can flow naturally.
10. AIM 21 Mentorship Program Wave 1 Final - Term Survey Results & Feedback Question: What can I do better next time? To provide a clear understanding of what it is I'll like to work on in future Set goals together with the mentee. Maybe the mentee's objective submitted for matching should be shared with mentor before the meet up so that the needs can be better understand. To lay out the ground rules more clearly upfront Set more realistic and achievable goals. Take the time to better prepare my mentoring appointments..
11. AIM 21 Mentorship Program Wave 1 Final - Term Survey Results & Feedback Question: What aspects of my mentoring engagement am I proud of? That we have mutual respect towards each other and always try to understand each other. Maintained the professional ethics Able to meet the needs of the mentee, given her seniority and experience. Being able to stretch myself to rise to the challenge. Create a safe space for my mentee and beholding her in the transition of her life. I am proud of having being honest on sharing my struggles and not pretend everything was well. I was engaged and present
7. AIM 21 Mentorship Program Wave 1 Final - Term Survey Results & Feedback Question: How have I successfully engaged with my mentoring partner? The most important thing was here to be open and honest on my challenges. The conversations we had were remarkably holistic. As I told about my worries and anxieties about change, she provided a listening ear and a perspective on how she had overcame such similar situations. It was insightful at the same time she didn't force her ideals onto me. Open conversations. Encourage different perspectives. Examine/Unpack challenges. Explore solutions. Be courteous and respect each other, allowing both parties to speak and be a good listener. By allowing mentee to set the agenda and be fully present in the engagement. Through a number of self reflection engagements with the mentee in a frank and candid manner
6. AIM 21 Mentorship Program Wave 1 Final - Term Survey Results & Feedback Question: What were the greatest challenges? Being able to meet up during the P2HA period. To be able to facilitate mentee to gain complete clarity in his long term vision and goals. For me, it was able to find the time due to ongoing challenges. We resolved this by having bi - weekly mentoring appointments instead of weekly. Mentee was distracted by kids interrupting the session. It would be better if mentee could set aside more time and space for the mentoring. It was quite difficult to find a similar timing due to both our fluid schedules. About time and engagement managements.
9. AIM 21 Mentorship Program Wave 1 Final - Term Survey Results & Feedback Question: What do want to continue doing, start doing, and stop doing in order to better develop my mentoring skills? Balancing between coaching and mentoring approach. Able to gauge the needs of mentee . Continue my self - development journey, start preparing more, and stop assuming. Continue doing : being proactive in the engagement Start doing : preparing better questions to get the most out the mentoring experience Stop doing : having expectations that someone can solve my problems Continue to be patient and listen to mentee to help her achieve her objective. Stop thinking that a mentee is ready to work on a target. Start to look out for the unspoken and working on myself to understand my own intentions. Will like to be able to focus my areas of questions and inquiry more so that we can continuously work on those parts of myself Keep Listening Stop over - leading Start journaling with online tool
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