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Mindful Mondays

ELITE Workshop - Mentoring Network Training: Hone Your Mentoring Skills

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Category: Professional Development

Published: Mar 4 2019 12:00AM

Friday, April 12, 2019
1 - 4 p.m.
Rockville, MK 102 (Mannakee Building)
Facilitators: Susan Blumen and Angela Dawson

Formal and informal mentoring is a prevalent high impact practice in college and university settings. Mentoring has been identified as an important part of the holistic development of college students by many practitioners in the field of student development. Formal mentoring programs support new initiatives and impact the experiences of students. To make this work, mentors must be prepared to understand mentoring, mentoring expectations and the experiential goals of a program's mentoring program. Mentors need to be skilled at developing effective mentoring relationships and delivering constructive criticism. This workshop is designed to provide the participants with a basic skill set to be an effective mentor.

Upon completion of this workshop, participants will be able to:
* Understand the mentoring network's purpose.
* Define the roles and responsibilities of a mentor and mentee.
* Provide constructive feedback for mentee.
* Develop a mentoring action plan to address mentee goals and needs.

To Register:

1. Login to your My MC and click on "Training & Professional Development."
2. Click "MC Learns" and "Schedule of Classes and Events" and "Pedagogy & Instruction."
3. Scroll through, find your workshop and click "Enroll" at the top right corner of the page.
4. You will receive an email confirmation and an outlook calendar invite. Done!

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