Mentoring Made Easy: A Complete Approach

Why does mentoring work?

Powerful things happen when respected experienced people show interest in and go out of their way to help other individuals develop, especially when those mentees are open to being influenced.

Why use CCC/The Mentoring Group’s material?

Our resources work because it is based on solid research into the principles which make mentoring “most” successful. Stanford University Professor Albert Bandura’s research shows three key ingredients to successful mentoring are:

First we do most of our learning from observing successful and unsuccessful models.

Second, we respond well to positive reinforcement from certain individuals.

Third, we learn best not only from positive reinforcement but also from having “mastery experiences.”

We build our mentoring materials on these key concepts and strategies.

Our mentoring products are designed to help you have successful partnerships. Our self-instructional guides will help you start in-depth mentoring initiatives to develop your staff to be future leaders in your organization. Here is a list of topics covered in our guides to help you reach that goal:

  • Mentor’s Checklists of Tasks
  • The Formal Mentoring Process
  • Creating Your Personal Vision
  • Setting Compelling Goals
  • Role of Your Mentee’s Managers
  • Skills for Successful Mentoring
  • Etiquette of Mentoring
  • Dialog Prompts
  • Development Activities and Plans
  • Strategies for Strengthening Mentoring Partnerships
  • Potential Challenges
  • Information on Non-traditional Mentoring
  • Practical Tools and Exercises to Enhance Learning

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Different Types of Mentoring Relationships
Low-Structure, High-Structure, Non-Structured

If you are considering mentoring/mentee relationships, you may want to evaluate which type of mentoring model best meets your needs. Here is a brief look at three different models… [READ MORE]

What’s New

Our Updated Skills Model:skills

 Spanish Mentoring Guides

Now Available

  1. The Mentor’s Guide
  2. The Mentee’s Guide
  3. 75 Things To Do With Your Mentee