Mentoring & Coaching

Increasing performance & success in mentoring relationships

Giving opportunities for individuals to engage in a mentoring relationship, means you’re successfully creating the ability to enable a further share of skills across departments within the business.

A mentoring program is designed around a relationship that will lead to further individual career growth and focus. It should strengthen both knowledge and skills and build further and future capability.

To be successful, it should be implemented for the medium to long term, as the relationship built between the mentor and mentee is one that should grow & develop over time.

DST people Developing Mentors programs help develop identified mentors and coaches within the organisation through:

  • Understanding the drivers behind a mentoring program and its benefits
  • Understanding and developing the roles of the Mentor and their Mentee, and the role each plays in this relationship
  • Understanding the vital importance of confidentiality within the relationship
  • Application of ‘setting boundaries’ and topics of discussion that are more appropriate than not within this business relationship
  • Defining steps in the Mentoring Relationship and how to facilitate forward progression
  • Application of a specialist mentoring model for managing & assisting mentees in their identified areas of interest & challenge

How does DST people Developing Mentors training work?

Step 1. Interactive review current mentoring program plans, issues and challenges.
Step 2. Understand staff perceptions of mentoring processes, systems and their impact on the success of mentoring programs.
Step 3. Definition of process changes required for successful mentoring relationships and mentee development.
Step 4. Roll out workshops for identified mentors and coaches to understand and embrace the elements, steps and benefits of the mentoring process.
Step 5. Application of appropriate steps and strategies to increase mentor program successes.
Step 6. Review and recommendations for further mentor program development considerations.

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