This inventory tool will help you determine your traits and ways of behaving or responding in certain situations. The ‘My Style’ Inventory consists of 4 steps which will assist you in identifying your core communication characteristics and how these influence your mentoring relationships. The more information you and your mentoring partner have about each other, the more likely your partnership will be of value and highly successful.
Purpose is the central aspect of your practice as a mentor. This checklist of questions will help you get really clear on your purpose as a mentor – why do you offer mentoring support to another person (your mentee)?
This collection of checklists is taken from my book Mentoring 3600: A very practical guide to designing and implementing your mentoring programme and getting it right the first time.
The order of the checklists reflects the process you follow to design and implement your programme – starting with doing the needs analysis (sometimes called the diagnostic) through to reporting on your …
This card set provides a wide range of key considerations for mentoring. Collected over a number of years, the 50 Tips encourage people to think about their own mentoring experiences and make decisions about the effectiveness of their current mentoring programme and engagement in this.
The Stop Start Continue Change worksheet is a simple yet effective tool to help you make meaningful decisions for meaningful change. The model prompts you to think through what things you need to stop doing, what you need to start doing, what you should continue doing (because this is working for you), and therefore what you want to change.