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The Mentor in You : Mentoring as a Transformative Learning Experience

Course Description

The course provides an opportunity for organizations to address the long term development needs of their people through mentoring to achieve individual and organizational excellence. It will help people remove barriers that hinder their personal and/or professional success. It will help them acquire learning beyond what their current jobs require and prepare for a future that offers different and greater challenges for them and their organizations.

The course will discuss a number of ways mentors can help others make the journey to that future. These include mentors serving as guide as people deal with their concerns, encouraging a critical review and fundamental change in their mindsets in the light of new possibilities for them and their organizations, and facilitating people’s commitment to measurable behavior change and the achievement of business results.

Target Participants

Learning professionals, coaches and consultants who are interested in the long-term development needs of people

Course Objectives

At the end of the program, the participants shall be able to:

 

  1. Define mentoring as a transformative learning experience
  2. Do a self-assessment of the mentoring competencies and a corresponding personal development plan
  3. Prepare and execute a mentoring relationship plan
  4. Practice mentoring conversations
  5. Evaluate and put closure on a mentoring relationship
  6. Assess the readiness of an organization for mentoring and create a plan for introducing it

Target Competencies

  1. Self-Mastery
  2. Relationship Management
  3. Management of the Learning Function

Investment Rate

PSTD Member : Php 12,000.00
PSTD Non – Member : Php 14,000.00
Inclusive of AM and PM snack, Handouts and Certificates

Course Content

Introduction to Mentoring

  1. Personal Concept and Experience in Mentoring
  2. What is Mentoring?
  3. Mentoring: From Athena to the 21st Century
  4. The Difference between Coaching, Counseling and Mentoring
  5. Does Mentoring Add Value to Organizations?

 

Mentoring as a Transformative Learning Experience

  1. Levels of Adult Learning: Acting, Reframing, and Transforming
  2. The Essence of Transformative Learning
  3. Mentoring and Transformative Learning as a Model of Growth

 

The Mentoring Relationship

  1. Neuroscience Basis for Mentoring Relationship
  2. Phases of a Mentoring Relationship
  3. Mentoring Competencies
    1. Understanding Self
    2. Commitment to Self-Development
    3. Managing the Contract
    4. Building the Relationship
    5. Enabling Insights and Learning
    6. Outcome and Action Orientation
    7. Use of Models and Techniques
    8. Evaluating and Closure
  4. Self-Assessment of Mentoring Competencies

Mentoring Conversations

  1. Contracting
  2. Clarifying Goals and Decisions
  3. Contributing Ideas and Perspectives
  4. Challenging and Critiquing
  5. Creating Insights
  6. Connecting People
  7. Concluding

 

Mentoring and Culture

  1. A Framework for Mentoring in the Organization
  2. Mentoring Culture Audit
  3. Embedding Mentoring in the Organizational Culture

 

Personal and Organizational Development Planning in Mentoring
Course Integration

Learning Methods  :

  1. Lecture
  2. Individual Reflection and Self-Assessment
  3. Group Discussion
  4. Case Analysis
  5. Role Play
  6. Video

Dr. Cesar P. Baltazar, Ph.D.

Resource Speaker

Cesar is a consultant on strategic planning, organization development, and human resource development. He has done consulting work with public, private and international development organizations since 2000. He has worked with San Miguel Corporation for 26 years as its Director of Organization Development, Training Manager, and Human Resource Manager.

He has recently completed the Course and Study Tour in Mentoring for Organizational Excellence in Australia sponsored by the Philippine-Australia Human Resource and Organizational Development Facility. He taught Organizational Learning at the University of Asia and the Pacific and Organization Development, Human Resource Management and Business Policy/Strategy in the graduate school programs of the Ateneo de Manila, De La Salle University, Lyceum University of the Philippines, San Sebastian College, University of the East, and the Entrepreneur School of Asia.

Cesar has an MBA degree from the Ateneo de Manila University and a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from the University of the Philippines. His dissertation entitled “An Inquiry into the University of the Philippines Graduate Students’ Learning Expectations” has been nominated for the most outstanding dissertation in 2009.

Resource Speaker

Dr. Cesar P. Baltazar, Ph.D.

Cesar is a consultant on strategic planning, organization development, and human resource development. He has done consulting work with public, private and international development organizations since 2000. He has worked with San Miguel Corporation for 26 years as its Director of Organization Development, Training Manager, and Human Resource Manager.

He has recently completed the Course and Study Tour in Mentoring for Organizational Excellence in Australia sponsored by the Philippine-Australia Human Resource and Organizational Development Facility. He taught Organizational Learning at the University of Asia and the Pacific and Organization Development, Human Resource Management and Business Policy/Strategy in the graduate school programs of the Ateneo de Manila, De La Salle University, Lyceum University of the Philippines, San Sebastian College, University of the East, and the Entrepreneur School of Asia.

Cesar has an MBA degree from the Ateneo de Manila University and a Ph.D. in Educational Psychology from the University of the Philippines. His dissertation entitled “An Inquiry into the University of the Philippines Graduate Students’ Learning Expectations” has been nominated for the most outstanding dissertation in 2009.

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