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What are 7 core values of AIM?
What are the elements of the AIM mentoring framework?
What does C.O.P.E. mean?
What do good mentors do well ?
Ask good questions
Know all the answers
Give good feedback
Select 3 qualities that are important for you as a mentor
Willingness to share skills and expertise
Taking a personal interest in the mentoring relationship
Viewing the relationship as one where the mentor learns as well
Providing guidance and on-going feedback
Valuing the opinions & initiatives of others
Demonstrating positive attitude and being a positive role model
Exhibiting enthusiasm in his/her field or expertise
Valuing on-going learning and growth in the field
Earning the respect of colleagues and employees / community
Setting and meeting ongoing personal and professional goals
What is the difference between mentoring and coaching?
Coaching typically has a shorter term orientation
A coach can never be a mentor
A good coach can potentially make a better mentor
Coaching is performance based, mentoring focuses on the longer term development and growth
Only coaching uses the GROW model
Which of the following are true in a mentoring relationship?
Only the mentee learns from the mentor
The amount and level of learning comes from one’s commitment to the process and the relationship
Only the mentor learns from the mentee
Both can learn from the experience
It can often last a lifetime
Mentoring Inside Out
What does it mean to be “self aware”?
Knowing your preference, strengths / weaknesses, values, etc
Putting yourself first
Being mindful of your thoughts, words and actions
Finding your “inner voice”, the authentic self
Following your inner compass
What is “deep listening”?
Seeing with the eyes
Sensing with the heart
Listening with empathy
Being fully present
What are the 3As of Self-Mastery?
What are the components of Self-Care?
Why is mindfulness important in mentoring?
Help us listen better
Bring a deeper awareness of our emotions
Help make regulate our emotions
Help improve concentration
Make us more empathetic
Help us to breathe faster
Practical Skills of a Mentor
What are some tools mentors can use to facilitate progress?
What are some Obstacles & Barriers to Mentoring?
I am not sure where to start
I don't see the results of my efforts
I don't have all the answers
It takes too long and too much time
I don't think it can help me achieve my goals
What makes a good mentor?
Increased my confidence
Makes me question my self-worth
Inspires me to achieve my potential
Treats me as unique individual
Takes me out to dinner
Provides useful feedback toward my goals
Stretches and challenged me
Guides me with personal insights and knowledge
Which of the following should a mentor do?
Spot potential and believe in others
Be a networked and resourceful guide
Display patience and tolerance
See big picture
Use mentee as help
What are some critical skills for mentors?
Providing Corrective Feedback
Skills and Strategies for the Mentoring Journey
What questions can you ask to challenge assumptions of the mentee?
What do you think will happen if you took this option?
Is this the best decision you can make?
Do you think you can achieve your goal with this decision?
What question(s) can you ask to bring greater awareness on the goals or issues the mentee would like to work on?
What issues if any would you like to work on?
What would you like to accomplish in this relationship?
What are your career goals and your aspirations in life?
What are your strengths, your talents?
What inspires you?
What the core skills for mentees?
Identifying goals & current reality
"What are the critical skills for mentees "
Managing the relationship
What types of questions are learning questions?
What question(s) can you ask to elicit action on the part of the mentee?
What are you prepared to do to make this goal happen?
What happens next?
What support do you need?
Would this work for you?
What criteria are you using?
Under which stage of the GROW phases would you typically use change perspective questions?
Making Change Happen
What are some of the reasons people fail to change?
It won’t work
I can’t do it
Not now, I am not ready
I cannot depend on others to help me change
There is no need for change
It’s too risky
What is the biggest impediment to change?
Lack of tools
It's too hard
I'm too old to change
What are the 3 pillars supporting the Wheel of Change?
Heart & Mind
What is the key to getting someone to change?
Fill in the blank: Between stimulus and response, there is ________.
Mentoring – The AIM Way
What is the AIM approach to mentoring?
Teach others some skills
Speak to their hearts
Change some mindsets
Guide people to live as better versions of themselves
What makes up the AIM Mentoring Journey?
Build a FUNCTIONAL level of trust with the Mentee
Provide broader and alternative perspectives to the Mentee ‘Master Perspective’
Encourage the Mentee to develop proactive, positive course of actions
Encourage the Mentee to grow
Guide the Mentee to find purpose
Encourage the Mentee in taking action, and receiving feedback
Guide the Mentee to see the feedback from a growth mindset perspective
Encourage/inspire the Mentee to help others
What is the most power 2-letter word in the world?
Me Be Ah
What are the 5 steps in the AIM Mentoring Protocol?
Telling your friends
The Kick-off Meeting
Sharing on social media
Opening & Holding Space