Accompanied with the current shift towards more organic organisation structures and more emphasis on the learning organisation, mentoring provides a more all round experience to the mentees by getting them confident with their role with the organisation. It also improves communication throughout the organisation by allowing mentees to give feedback and learn in a not so formal fashion which helps people feel more relaxed and develops the formal and informal culture of the organisation.
I am a confident and respectful individual whom approaches life in a very enthusiastic and optimistic manner. I know I can give my time and service to the program in any beneficial way. I have traveled and connected with individuals from diverse backgrounds. I have ventured out and personally aided
My general goal for the year includes training the next generation of cadets. I also have some specific goals I will complete during the upcoming term. First, I think mentorship between cadets needs to step up and play an active role in week to week activities. Even though the 130th has an outstanding group of cadet leaders currently, many newer cadets seem to lack the interest or understanding to take the next step in their leadership journey; mentorship will assist in providing novice cadets with the necessary tools and encouragement to succeed. Secondly, giving cadets personalised classes through more leadership classes. Providing grade related tips from experienced cadets showcases another way to engage cadets and it would be great if the
I personally prefer that gifts are not given or expected. Confidentiality for both the mentor and mentee. Often a mentor may need to disclose information about their private life that may help the mentee in their journey. The mentee needs to feel confident enough to open up to the mentor without the fear that their information will be told to others.
One thing I believe is a necessity in growing up is having a mentor. Having a mentor is, not only, beneficial for the mentee but also the mentor. Being a mentor is a learning experience for everyone participating, it helps people grow as a person and friendships are created when a bond if formed. Some people might think it's a waste of time for a child or that it'll never work out for a troubled delinquent but based on the research I've done, I have proven them wrong. Through-out this paper I will provide the pros and cons of mentoring and how they affect both mentor and mentee. To back up my proposal that mentoring is supporting, I will supply examples to answer the question: Is mentoring really important?
This project is aimed at participants who have an understanding of youths within in the care services and may know if mentoring is effective, with three aim’s being identified by the researcher that were important. taking an interpretive approach as it seeks to explore beliefs and values of participants Ritchie(2013),
Describe the five least important behaviors as mentor need and explain why you feel these are the least important. 1. Sometime I lack of self-aware, sometime I failed to notice or realize myself being too busy to take an opportunity to care and to help mentoring others children or staff. Instead of avoiding being “too busy” to mentoring; it can lead me into a bad role model in mentoring relationships.
Sonia, I admire your positive attitude on your first day as a mentee because you did not give up even though you had a negative mentoring experience; instead, you kept your positive attitude and offered to help other nurses who were working around. A mentor should be someone that will guide you and give you advice about the profession (Green & Jackson, 2014). For a mentor and mentee relationship to succeed, they both have to respect each other (Green & Jackson, 2014). We currently have a nursing shortage and having bad experiences with mentors is only going to get this nursing shortage worse. To avoid negative experiences with mentors, one thing we should do is that the mentee should have the option to choose his mentor. Or vice versa, mentors
Mentoring Assignment In this spring semester, I have a great mentoring experience with Dr. Richard Brundage. Dr. Richard Brundage has a unique background in pharmacy world because he owns Doctor of Pharmacy degree as well as Doctor of Philosophy in pharmaceuticals. He is now a professor at University of Minnesota, College of Pharmacy, Department of Experimental and Clinical Pharmacology (ECP). His research interests are pharmacometrics, pharmacokinetics, and pharmacodynamics. I am familiar with pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics, but pharmacometrics is a new concept and area to me. And Dr. Richard Brundage explains his research interest to me with a great passion and proud. Pharmacometrics is a field where people use different mathematics
I believe that being a good mentor means really engaging with your mentee. By engaging with the mentee you really get to know who they are; their personalities, likes, dislikes, goals, fears, etc. You can develop a bond and a mutual respect for each other when you can understand each other. When a mentor can truly take an interest in the relationship that is when success with an individuals goals can be achieved. I think being a leader is a little different from being a mentor. As discussed above a mentor/mentee bond is focused on the relationship and investing in a bond to achieve success together. A leader is defined by their own personality traits. Some of this important traits include, someone who is driven, flexible, patient, and a good communicator. A leaders focus is making sure the job gets done in a way that makes everyone happy or content with the results. It takes patience and flexibility. Not everyone will always be willing or available and a leader needs to be able to work within the boundaries given to them. I think the most important part in this is being a
The ability to positively change someone’s mood with words is a powerful tool. This natural skill of uplifting is possessed by few, and only some of which seldom use it. However, there are alternatives to inspiring joy and happiness in others. While not always meaningful, gifts have the ability of uplifting also. These gifts can range from meager food rations to cheap toys to stupendous vehicles. Despite the extravagance, all gifts must contain one core value, a devotion to the recipient, or an attitude of fondness or love. People love attention, therefore it is not the gifts that uplift that person, but it is the person and thought behind the gift that creates joy. It is not hard to help people; all it takes is to follow a few easy steps to
My experience as an instructor and mentor for the year 2014-2015 has been at both the institutional level and at the academy for new recruits. I was selected to teach both custody and non-custody at both High Desert State Prison and Tonopah Conservation Camp in Prison Rape Elimination Act were I accrued over 40 hours of instructor time. I have also taught the following classes with the amount of hours to follow. AR and OP 405 Use of Force 10 hours, Searches in Correction 8 hours, Inmate Property 8 hours, Interpersonal Communications 8 hours, Hand Cuffing and the different type of restraints use by High Desert 8 hours, Critical Incident Command 8 hours, and Chain of Command 8 hours. I have also conducted over 10 hours of on the job training
Mentors are all around the world and come in both positive and negative aspects. Most people, even if they don’t admit to it, have someone they’ve looked up to in the past or currently do so. But has the quality of role models and mentors decreased?
A person that I consider to be my role model and mentor is my father, as he has assisted me in multiple instances and always provided me with advice in order to become a more complete leader and overall a better person. Before my family moved to Canada, my father
When you’re a teenager, you need someone to look up to, you need a mentor. You need an inspiration. This person can be anyone. It could be a teacher, a friend, a sibling, a parent, an aunt or uncle, a grandparent, anyone. For me, this person is my dance teacher Erica Ireland. Webster 's Dictionary defines a mentor as “someone who teaches or gives help and advice to a less experienced and often younger person.” Erica fits into that definition. Not only is she my mentor, but she is also my inspiration. Webster’s Dictionary defines an inspiration as “something that makes someone want to do something or that gives someone an idea about what to do or create”, or “a force or influence that inspires someone”, as well as “a person, place,