Community - Way of Thinking [Mentoring]

just an excerpt from one of my Workshops....[conducted @ a school]
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1 focus--keep the discussion on track
2 summarization skill
3 preparation skill
4 learn something from your group
5 develop questioning skill
6 adaptability & flexibility
7 be an active listener

Look for Strength/Strong Qualities
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Capacities:
Hope
Care
Change
Leadership
Sense of Community

The function of a Mentor

1 Listen: a Mentor's primary function is to be an active listener and the most important skill is being patient and empathetic.
2 Trust: this is the cornerstone of a successful mentoring relationship. Only in an atmosphere of trust will your protégées communicate their goals, fears, ideas etc. Remember to follow through on any promises made by you.
3 Share: both your positive and negative experiences, your protegee will learn equally from both.

PS.
I've attached a few pics of the young adults




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Comment by Laurence Gilliot on June 9, 2010 at 8:02am
Hi Marc,

Could you give us on example of a situation in which you used these principles? Can you explain the situation and how these concepts came to live in real life? It will be easier for us to understand and apply in our own context.

Thanks

Laurence

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