As engineering organisations around Australia (and the world) become more and more aware of the value of mentorship in the workplace, workshops such as this one only increase in demand.
This one-day workshop for potential mentors and mentees (those being mentored) is highly interactive and enables you to develop effective mentoring skills for immediate application.
Suitable for those with personal and professional mentoring responsibilities, it is also suited to mentors with roles involving engineers seeking Chartered status.
On completion, you’ll appreciate what a mentor is and the importance of this role. You’ll also understand the benefits for both mentors and mentees, have an appreciation of the difference between mentoring conversations and other conversations in the workplace and be able to develop a structure for your mentoring role.
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We can bring this workshop to you and even customise the content so that it’s applicable specifically to your work group and industry context.
Find out more about how we can help you and your team with your mentoring skills by filling out an enquiry form or calling +61 3 9321 1700.
This workshop is for anyone who is, or is about to become, a mentor or a mentee.
Adam Le Good has worked as an internal coach and professional mentor for over 20 years. He has conducted a variety of management development programs for clients throughout Australia and New Zealand. Adam uses practical applications of management principles and a unique, humorous and theatrical style to ensure participants enjoy their learning experience and translate their newly acquired skills to the workplace. Adam has a sound knowledge of adult learning principles, a degree in psychology and a Certificate IV in Training and Assessment.
Ross Blaikie is a mechanical engineer with over 12 years' experience in organisational and learning development. He is a highly skilled facilitator, presenter and trainer. Ross has developed and implemented a range of OD, L&D and change management projects.
Barry O'Sullivan has provided leadership coaching to over 450 leaders in the past 14 years, following 22 years as a partner with KPMG. He is a member of the Board of Governors at The Actors Conservatory. His coaching extends to leadership teams and boards, where he regularly facilitates strategic discussion.
Gregory Bayne has experience assisting people and teams to reach their potential in a number of capabilities. He is an experienced psychologist with a Master's degree in Psychology (cum laude), a highly skilled facilitator consistently receiving outstanding feedback and a sought after executive coach.
Alison Jardie is a professional facilitator and coach, a psychologist and a Master Practitioner in NLP. She has over 20 years' experience working with groups and individuals in a learning and development context. Alison has been responsible for leading large teams and organisational interventions, as well as designing and implementing successful, innovative and award-winning developmental programs.
Key mentoring questions
Structuring a mentoring relationship
Mentoring application and practices
Putting it all together
Mentoring for Chartered status