The IECL offers bespoke mentoring programs for organisations. The role of the mentor is to provide insight, and to guide and advise you in your development to reach your highest potential. Mentors typically assume the role of the wise adviser based on their own personal/professional experience and may act as a mentor on long or a short term basis. The mentor is not usually responsible for a mentee’s performance, but through experience can help fast track their learning, provide valuable insights, and support them to avoid the pitfalls in their current or new role.
What Does The IECL Offer Around Mentoring?
Whether you are an individual looking to improve your skills as a mentor, or seeking training for a group of Mentors in your organisation the IECL’s online mentor training could be the solution.
Online - This short online module can be completed in your own time and covers the fundamental skills required to be an effective mentor. Click here to find out more.
This program is available at a rate of AU$150.
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Workshops - A one day experiential workshop where mentors can learn elements critical to becoming an invaluable resource
Organisational Mentoring Programs
Within organisational settings, mentoring is a commonly employed strategy for developing talent and sharing and maintaining organisational knowledge. The IECL works with clients to establish mentoring programs that meet their needs in terms of content, training, structure and formality. Click here to find out more about how to establish a mentoring program in your organisation.
Are you seeking a mentor for yourself or a colleague? A mentor is someone with the experience and expertise to help you achieve greater clarity around your role and career direction. Mentoring can also help you to achieve a particular business outcome. Or perhaps you are looking for a mentor to support someone in your organisation? A skilled mentor understands both your organisation’s needs and those of the mentee as an individual. Click here to find a mentor.
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How Does Mentoring Differ From Coaching?
Ideally a mentor has experience in your field of practice, so they can guide you based on their own experience. A mentor is usually older and wiser; they have “been there and done that” and you can benefit from their previous experience. A coach, however, is not a subject matter expert necessarily, but is expert in the process of coaching; asking the right questions and challenging you to achieve your highest potential. Contact us to find out more about our mentoring programs.
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