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CPM Module 3: Skills and Strategies for the Mentoring Journey (R1)
Building the Mentor / Mentee Relationship
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 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?
As a mentor, why is it not a good idea to use “Why questions”?
Puts the mentee in a position to defend him/herself
Helps to find out the truth
Because it takes too long to go into reasons why