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Mentee Workbook. Contents . Overview………………………….……….…………………….………..3 Priorities for Development……….………………………….……………4 Writing Effective Objectives………………..…..………………………...6 Statement of Objectives Worksheet……………………..………………………...………………..7 Mentoring Action Plan

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Contents

Overview………………………….……….…………………….………..3

Priorities for Development……….………………………….……………4

Writing Effective Objectives………………..…..………………………...6

Statement of Objectives

Worksheet……………………..………………………...………………..7

Mentoring Action Plan

Example…………….…………………………………………….………8

Progress Measures………………...……………………….……………10

Mentoring Action

Plan…………………………………………….……………………...…11

Progress Check Sheet…………………………………………….……..13

overview
Overview

Welcome to the “Mentee Workbook”. The purpose of this workbook is to help you build your mentoring development plan.

After completing this workbook you will have a detailed action plan for your chosen mentoring topic and be prepared to obtain support for your plan.

Keep an Open Mind

As you work through the sheets on the following pages, keep an open mind. This is a time to explore new possibilities, and to take initiative in creating your future. This workbook is a tool which will help you to clearly focus on your mentoring goal.

priorities for development
Where will you focus your mentoring efforts?

Take a few minutes to consolidate your thoughts and identify your priorities for your personal/professional development.

Desired Skill Development/Development Needs

Write the technical or career skill(s) you would like to develop below (this should reflect the topic you chose on your original application to become a mentee)

Example: Develop presentation skills

Example: Acquire improved ways of working with

colleagues

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Priorities for Development
priorities for development cont
Priorities for Development cont…

What specific skills/attitudes would help you achieve your desired goal?

Example: (1) better communication

(2) greater self esteem/confidence

(3) better understanding of subject material of presentation

1.

2.

3.

writing effective objectives
Writing Effective Objectives

A key step in developing your mentoring goal is to convert your priorities

into an effective objective. An objective is a desired outcome, target or

result. It states simply what you want to achieve, but it does not describe

the tasks or activities that you undertake to achieve it.

When writing objectives, begin each with an action word such as evaluate,

investigate, eliminate, inform, reduce, restrict, increase, achieve, gain or

produce.

Examples: Develop a wider perspective on the Institution and it’s mission.

Enhance Power Point skills

Develop techniques to raise self esteem/confidence

Try to ensure that your mentoring goal(s) meet the following criteria:

ACTION SPECIFIC Your objective should include a specific action

you will take

IMPORTANT It should be important to you and your

professional growth

MEASURABLE Measures help define successful achievement.

Think of measures in terms of quality, quantity,

costs or timelines.

INSPIRING Do you feel inspired by this objective? If not,

consider why not. You may want to refine it or

even develop another objective.

DOABLE Your objective must be challenging but doable. If

you have doubts, re-work it until it is doable.

statement of objectives worksheet
Statement of Objectives Worksheet

Using your desired mentoring topic (on page 4) together with the specific skills that you listed (on page 5), write an effective objective statement that sets out a clearly defined and achievable goal.

Example:Obtain guidance about career steps for a

junior scientist juggling work/family

responsibilities

Example: Develop presentation skills and interact with

my audience to gain feedback and evaluative

information

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mentoring action plan example
Mentoring Action Plan Example
  • Record your final mentoring objective statement here. Ensure it is action specific, important to you, measurable, inspiring and doable.

Example:

Develop lab equipment sterilization skills and receive

feedback from peers.

When you achieve this objective, what will your reward be and how will you benefit?

Example:

Increased job satisfaction, increased credibility with peers,

increased possibility to get promoted from lab assistant to

lab technician

Consequences if not achieved: If you do not achieve it, what will the consequences be?

Example:

Lab prep skills remain unreliable, less exposure to areas

and skills that enhance my knowledge, less chance of

career advancement

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Obstacles: List anything that could prevent you from achieving your objective, and beside those things, action steps that you will take to overcome each obstacle.

progress measures
Progress Measures

Progress Measures: How will you and/or your Mentor measure progress? By what date?

Example:

In the next six months, I will be able to completely prepare a scientific lab/bench for the researchers in my lab to be able to just walk into and begin work, and I will have feedback from my peers/supervisor/advisor confirming that I have achieved this.

mentoring action plan
Mentoring Action Plan
  • Record your final mentoring objective statement/goal here. Ensure it is action specific, important to you, measurable, inspiring and doable.
  • Rewards: when you achieve this objective, what will your reward be and how will you benefit?
  • Consequences if not achieved: If you do not achieve it, what will the consequences be?
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Obstacles: List anything that could prevent you from achieving your objective, and beside those things, action steps that you will take to overcome each obstacle.

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Mentee Action Plan Progress Check SheetUse this optional check sheet to track your progress at your mentor/mentee meetings, or for your own personal notes

Check Progress Notes

Consider what progress you have made toward your objective.

  • What have you done well in working toward your objective?
  • What haven’t you done well? Where is improvement needed?
  • List any revisions or mid-course corrections to your objectives.
  • Next steps: how will you measure progress between now and the end of the program?
  • Progress Measures. How will you and/or your Mentor measure progress? By what date?