Have you just started mentoring colleagues at work, or set up your own mentoring business and are looking for skills and tools to help develop your professional approach to business mentoring?
Join one of the UK’s leading professional business mentors, Kerrie Dorman, for her one-day interactive course on “The fundamentals” of business mentoring to help develop your skills as a business mentor. The day will be either held in London or online, depending on government guidance around COVID-19.
As founder of the Association of Business Mentors, the only trade body promoting professional business mentoring, and Head Mentor at Sinclair Dorman, Kerrie’s training session will provide you with the best possible opportunity to learn new skills, build your mentoring brand and help you to engage with those you are looking to help grow and develop.
Course content includes:
- History of mentoring and the new blend with coaching
- Classic do’s and don’ts
- Skill sets required
- Framework, preparation and reviews
- Tools and techniques
- Live examples and private live play
- Framework, preparation and review of mentoring sessions
- Feedback and compare
- Optional accreditation and the process explained
Following completion of the course, you will receive a certificate of attendance and course manual as well as the opportunity to further your professional business mentoring skills by signing up as a member of the Association of Business Mentors without paying the setup fee (if you join the ABM and book the course at the same time, please send a proof of purchase with your membership application). Optional accreditation on submission of a live case study. Explained on the day.
Thank you (and Sue) for an invaluable day, it was so beneficial to have the opportunity to practice mentoring, for me it was an important shift of mindset as so often my role is about de-escalation and counselling so really really helpful to get the feedback. Thank you for the attachments too. I particularly liked the real-life mentoring stories and the small group made it a really positive and safe environment to share experiences.
Karen Jarritt, Allied Care (2019)