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Mentee Training with Andrew Larkin

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Athlone Room, Senate House

Univeristy of London

Malet Street

London

WC1E 7HU

United Kingdom

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TRAINING FOR MENTEES

(half day)

Overview:

This dynamic and interactive half-day course is aimed at helping mentees understand the mentoring process and how to get the maximum benefit from it.

Mentoring is often defined as a professional relationship based on mutual trust in which an experienced and respected person (the mentor) shares his/her knowledge and experience with a less experienced colleague (the mentee) in developing his/her knowledge, learning, work-based skills, well-being, personal and professional development.

Increasingly, mentoring is being recognised as a helpful part of developing as a doctor and this course is an opportunity to gain essential skills to help you gain the full benefit from the mentoring process.

Topics covered:

The content of the mentee training will cover the following:

  • The meaning, purpose and benefits of mentoring
  • Expectations, roles, responsibilities and how to get the most out of the process
  • Goal setting and how to establish objectives for the mentoring relationship
  • The first mentoring session and the mentoring agreement


AGENDA:

09.30 Introduction

Mentoring: what it is, purpose and potential benefits

Overview of the mentoring process

Overview the role and responsibilities of your mentor

Mentoring style – how your mentor might work with you

11.00 Break

11.15 Your roles and responsibilities as a mentee

Building a relationship with your mentor

Goal setting

Receiving and giving feedback

Policies and processes

12.30 Close

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Athlone Room, Senate House

Univeristy of London

Malet Street

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WC1E 7HU

United Kingdom

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