Meet Our Mentors
Our Mission, Vision, Purpose
In the News
AIM 2019 Milestones
Your Mentoring Stories
Be an AIM Mentor
Be an AIM Mentee
Be an AIM Certified Professional Mentor
Bring Mentoring Into Your Organisation
Be an AIM Volunteer
Start a Mentoring Engagement
United Against COVID-19
Be a UNACOV Mentor
Be a UNACOV Mentee
Be a UNACOV / MFH Mentor
Be a UNACOV / MFH Mentee
CPM Module 1: About Mentoring (R2)
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