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Mentor Orientation Session - Shared screen with speaker view
Sanjay Dugar
01:12:46
I have received one request already too
TATSUYA YAMADA
01:13:15
I think I don't have any,,,
Rebecca Sutherns
01:13:20
That's what I've been doing -- responding, but asking them to give me a week to see who all I hear from
Susanna Durston
01:13:32
I have received one request
Christiane Amici Raboud, Geneva, Switzerland
01:13:57
One request too, to date
Adrijana Strnad
01:14:27
are requests forwarded to our e-mail?
Preetha Subramanian
01:16:32
I know... so lovely 😍
Lawrence (Larry) Philbrook - Taipei
01:23:06
Love teh simple yet detailed manual
Lawrence (Larry) Philbrook - Taipei
01:30:03
As a mentor. What do you believe your roles and responsibilities of the mentor or the for the other the meetee?
Sharon Honner
01:31:11
Roles and Responsibilies for Mentors
Sharon Honner
01:31:19
Roles and Responsibilies for Mentees
Sanjay Dugar
01:31:30
Thank you everyone, I would be dropping off now
Martin Gilbraith
01:38:45
Mentee roles:-Open mind-Calendar invites-Setting goals, long term & short term-Feedback on the progress-Read and/or act as agreed in last session-Come prepared for next session, including agenda, key questions (eg. 24 hours in advance)-Mentee share and learn from own experience-Respect the planned appointments-Respect confidentiality eg. of examples given-(everything - the mentee does the work)
Lawrence (Larry) Philbrook - Taipei
01:38:51
Roles and responsibilities of the mentorLeslie Giddings to Everyone (21:02)Respond in a timely fashionMe to Everyone (21:02)To be availableAuthenically inquiring what the mentee needs from the relationshipMe to Everyone (21:03)Mentee drives but mentor still needs to come in if neededClarity in the contract between the mentee and mentorFacilitating clarity in the roles and realtionshipClarity on the goals, when and how logisitcs, timeframes etc. Providing feedback and guidanceMe to Everyone (21:05)Communicate with IAF to take self out of availablity when you are and report at the endListening and really have the mentee do most of tehw ork - supporting only when it is needed and toward their needDo not tell your stories unless asked
Martin Gilbraith
01:38:54
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1hoH5moYxf8cyrQU7mZ4kIq9nZRYEW4Y9mWyosVbvnYY/edit
John Cornwell
01:39:28
Refer back to the IAF competencies when possible\being authentic throughout and knowing your limits in terms of what you can offer
John Cornwell
01:39:33
these were from group 1 also
Martin Gilbraith
01:40:08
and ethics
Lawrence (Larry) Philbrook - Taipei
01:47:52
Tools and tips
Lawrence (Larry) Philbrook - Taipei
01:54:57
Start with an open heart and open mind - be openEach is different - only one challenge was one person who wanted me to tell them what to do - I can share with them sharing optionsMe to Everyone (21:20)Limits that you are posing is importantMentor and consultant is differentMentee shares synthesis of what they have learned and what they did with the learningUnderstanding their broader intention - then focus on goalsMe to Everyone (21:22)Connecting to the competencies - explore each as a way to
Lawrence (Larry) Philbrook - Taipei
01:55:34
as a way to action
John Cornwell
01:57:11
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1hoH5moYxf8cyrQU7mZ4kIq9nZRYEW4Y9mWyosVbvnYY/edit
John Cornwell
01:57:26
I'm adding in to the same google doc - others please add anything missed
Preetha Subramanian
02:01:17
thankyou for the wonderful session
Martin Gilbraith
02:01:21
Thank you Sharon & all for a very well designed & led programme & session!
John Cornwell
02:01:35
all the best to everyone and thanks so much for the session, very helpful
Lawrence (Larry) Philbrook - Taipei
02:01:39
Take care everyone. See you soon
Jon Hockman [he | him]
02:01:46
Thank you!
Adrijana Strnad
02:01:47
thank you all 🙂
Arthur Yeh
02:01:53
Thank you all
Mark Pixley
02:01:55
Thanks everyone...