Don’t have time to deliver a full days training or wider programme? These 1 Hour Training Bubbles have been developed for the busy trainer or line manager that wants to get a message across, but needs to reduce the impact to working operations.
Developed for use in meetings or as part of stand-alone training session. These short, succinct 1 Hour Training Bubbles enable you to deliver effective training sessions that get the key message across and retain participant involvement.
Although the design of these materials deviates slightly from our usual style, the content is presented in such a way that anyone can deliver the training sessions. The training materials are clear, precise and to the point. They also include a special handout for participants to take away key information.
As usual, they are presented in Word and PowerPoint format, so they can be fully altered and edited to suit your individual needs.
Each pack contains: Session Notes, Handout and Slides.
All the training course materials necessary to run your own, ‘Mentoring Basics’ 1 hour training course:
Along with more formal training, effective mentoring provides a further option for employees to develop and add value to the business. This will lead to improved productivity, improved employee retention statistics as employees are more likely to remain with a company if their development needs and career aspirations are being met. It will also improve the as a business who is committed to aiding the development of its employees.
Mentees will gain great advice from experienced employees who have ‘been there and done that’ to enable them to advance in their careers.
In addition to increased job satisfaction, mentors will gain additional skills and experience and which will improve career advancement prospects.
As the demands of the work environment become more varied, many people feel that they are unprepared for the opportunities they would like to pursue. Individual professional development has become an important part of preparing for promotions and career changes.
The experience or knowledge of those who have already navigated similar paths can be indispensable advice as mentees try to make decisions about their future. Networking opportunities are often fostered through a mentoring relationship, alerting mentees to possible opportunities.
Viewing mentoring as a type of professional development focuses the goals and expectations of the mentee and mentor.In addition to familiarisation with the role of a mentor you will learn how meetings should be structured and skill and qualities required of a good mentor.
The aim of this session is to raise awareness of the impact of mentoring and how your business can help develop your people using the skills and experience of existing employees.
By the end of the session participants will be able to:
- Describe mentoring and explain the benefits to employees and the company.
- Explain the structure of an initial meeting and the skills and qualities required
- Identify further development required in order to proceed with the mentor/mentee relationship