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PREPARING FOR THE ROLE OF BECOMING A MENTOR. PJ HOLMES PLACEMENT LEARNING LEAD CIOSPCT. LEARNING OBJECTIVES. To gain an understanding of the role of the mentor. Positive and negative mentoring Understanding the benefits of learning styles Importance of communication.

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preparing for the role of becoming a mentor

PREPARING FOR THE ROLE OF BECOMING A MENTOR

PJ HOLMES

PLACEMENT LEARNING LEAD

CIOSPCT

Placement Development Team

learning objectives
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
  • To gain an understanding of the role of the mentor.
  • Positive and negative mentoring
  • Understanding the benefits of learning styles
  • Importance of communication.
two definitions of mentoring
Two definitions of mentoring
  • Mentoring involves a process whereby an experienced, highly regarded, empathic person guides another individual in the development and re-examination of their own ideas, learning and personal and professional development” (SCOPME, 1998)
  • “The mentor relationship is explicitly a personal one to one relationship. One in which two people relate to each other with the explicit purpose of the one assisting the other to learn” (Jarvis P and Gibson S, 1997)
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MENTORING ROLE

  • Mentoring role is by no means a simple one- it requires the development of a wide range of sometimes quite complex skills to enable the individual to carry out the role effectively.
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MENTORSNeed to plan effectivelyBe organizedAble to motivateDemonstrate competent communication skills
role of the mentor
FACILITATOR

ASSESSOR

EVALUATION

ROLE MODEL

SUPERVISOR

ADVISOR

COACH

COUNSELLOR

GUIDE

NETWORKER

SPONSOR

TEACHER

ROLE OF THE MENTOR
references
REFERENCES

Carol M Downie and Philip Basford (2003) Mentoring in Practice A Reader. University of Greenwich, London

Jarvis p, Gibson (1997) The Teacher- practitioner and Mentor in Nursing, Midwifery, Health Visiting and Social Services. Stanley Thornes, Cheltenham.

SCOPME (1998) An enquiry into Mentoring. Supporting Doctors and Dentists work. Standing Committee on Postgraduate Medical and Dental Education, London.

Milligan F (1995) In defence of andragogy. Nurse Education today 15: 22-27

Rogers J (1989) Adult Learning. Open University press, Milton Keynes.

Gardiner C (1996) Mentoring: A Study of the Concept, Theory and Practice in the Education Field. MA dissertation. University of Central England

Darling LAW (1984) What to do about toxic mentors. Nurse Educator 11 (2): 29-30.

Heirs B, Farrell P (1986) The Professional Decision Thinker- Our New Management Priority, 2nd edn. Garden City Press, Hertfordshire.

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