1st four weeks
This course is inspired by well documented research regarding the statistical gap between available mentors and desired mentoring relationships. Over the past twenty years, technology has improved data collection of the outcomes and value of quality mentoring programs and their benefits to people, businesses, and communities. To achieve additional awareness of the ever increasing value of mentoring, latest information from the field will be used, as well as assessments, role playing, and discussion, as an aid to determine what role members may want to assume, should they choose to participate in a mentoring relationship.
Bruce Noll (firstname.lastname@example.org) trained as a mentor with the Arthur Ashe Foundation and The Virginia Department of Corrections. With thirty years practice in a variety of mentoring environments, Bruce’s experience and continuing passion for unfolding human potential offers new perspectives for both mentors and those being mentored.