Becoming an Effective Mentor: Learn how to Optimize Potential® Classic Edition

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When you manage, you know your position relative to others. You use your position in service to others.

When you mentor, you open yourself up to being questioned. You respond with the aim to inspire.

When you coach, you are never the expert. You are never right. You simply are.®

Dr. Mirella De Civita

Program Purpose

The intent of the program is to support you in developing four (4) key competencies associated with effective mentorship. This is Level I of the “Becoming an Effective Mentor” training program. In Level 2, we explore these capabilities in depth and consider their impact across different scenarios.

Program Expectations

  • Appreciate the benefits of each development strategy (managing, mentoring, and coaching) in the workplace
  • Recognize opportunities to use the three strategies for optimizing employee engagement, accountability, and well-being
  • Explore ways to question and listen differently when managing, coaching, and mentoring in relation to work
  • Develop the four (4) competencies related to mentoring

Program Navigation

Below, you will find the program navigation divided into an Introduction and Four Modules. Each Module ends in a short evaluation to determine your knowledge retention. You must Pass the evaluation before you can continue into the following module. Start the program by clicking on the first lesson, then advance by clicking on the “Mark Complete” button.

Once all the lessons are complete, the course is complete and your certificate of completion will be generated and ready to download from the course page.

Satisfaction Survey

When you complete the course, please take a few minutes to fill the satisfaction survey (the last lesson of the course).

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As part of our core value of creating sustainable communities through our Corporate Social Responsibility arm of Papillon MDC Inc., 50% of all sales from our E-Learning Series will go directly toward building a school in the community of Sô-Ava in Benin, Africa.