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UHR Masterclass - Developing your Mentoring Skills
Date: 11th March 2022
Price: £80 + VAT
Friday 11 March 2022
Timings: 9.30am - 12.30pm
Workplace mentoring is a powerful means of supporting optimal performance and self-directed learning. If you are seeking a refresher or are new to the Mentor role, this 3-hour Masterclass will give you the confidence and essential skills to make a positive contribution to the development of future talent within your profession, as well as helping to develop your own leadership skills. Content will cover:
The benefits of mentoring
The mentoring-coaching connection
Factors linked to mentoring success
Managing the relationship journey
Using the RE-GROW model as a framework
Developing effective skills and behaviours
Tools to encourage insight and engagement
How to measure progress
Lesley Broughton is a chartered psychologist, facilitator and coach working in the field of personal and professional development. She has extensive experience of working in the HE sector, previously as HR Director, and in recent years partnering with PHES in running their UK-wide action-learning sets for senior professionals.
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