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Ch 2: How to Mentor in the Workplace

About This Chapter

There are duties and responsibilities on both sides of a mentoring relationship, and these lessons offer information on how to keep the relationship on an even keel. Using lively videos, text lessons and assessment quizzes, your employees can learn to maintain a workplace mentorship.

How to Mentor in the Workplace - Chapter Summary

Use this chapter's lessons to help your company's employees learn more about developing a successful mentor-mentee relationship. These lessons offer information on:

  • Finding a career mentor
  • Building a relationship with a mentor
  • Challenges in mentor-mentee relationships
  • Responsibilities in a mentor-mentee relationship

Employees can watch the videos as part of a group corporate training session, using the lesson quizzes to spark discussions. They can also study on their own, watching via computer or mobile device as their schedules permit. Exams at the end of each chapter let them, and you, assess their knowledge.

How It Helps

  • Understand mentorships: These short lessons offer employees an overview of the duties and responsibilities of both the mentors and mentees.
  • Offers options:Various ways mentorship can be used in the workplace, such as diversity training and leadership development, are examined in this chapter.
  • Presents tips for success:Our lessons offer pointers for overcoming common problems in mentorship relationships as well as guidelines for keeping the mentorship programs on track, such as how to set goals and evaluate achievements.

Skills Covered

When these lessons are finished, your employees should be able to:

  • Understand ways to find a mentor and establish a relationship
  • Describe ways to use mentoring in the workplace
  • Explain rules for maintaining a successful mentoring relationship
  • Discuss problems that may arise in the mentoring relationship and suggest solutions
  • Define the roles and responsibilities of mentors and mentees

5 Lessons in Chapter 2: How to Mentor in the Workplace
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How to Find and Relate to a Career Mentor

1. How to Find and Relate to a Career Mentor

A mentor can help a person advance in their career and give them advice when they are in difficult situations. Watch this lesson to learn how to find a mentor and how to nurture that relationship over time.

Managing an Effective Mentoring Relationship

2. Managing an Effective Mentoring Relationship

Mentor relationships can be highly beneficial to a company and to the people involved in the relationships. It is a chance for both the mentor and mentee to grow and develop together if managed effectively. This lesson will discuss ways to manage an effective mentor relationship.

Common Challenges in Mentoring Relationships

3. Common Challenges in Mentoring Relationships

Companies are finding that implementing mentor programs can have a positive impact; however, there are common challenges that arise in mentoring relationships. This lesson will take a look at those challenges.

Roles & Responsibilities of Mentors & Mentees

4. Roles & Responsibilities of Mentors & Mentees

The mentor & mentee relationship is a 2-way street just like any relationship. In this lesson, we will learn the roles and responsibilities that both the mentor and mentee must follow for it to be a successful relationship.

Practical Application: Mentoring Relationships in the Workplace

5. Practical Application: Mentoring Relationships in the Workplace

Like most other relationships, mentoring relationships can be complicated. In this practical application, we'll look at some of the things that go into a successful relationship and apply those concepts to a scenario.

Chapter Practice Exam
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