mukeshmali
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Dear All, Please find an attachment of a PPT presentation on Mentoring. which i started in my organisation. Hope you all will like it. Regards, Mukesh Mali
From India, Mumbai

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File Type: ppt mentoring1_456.ppt (118.0 KB, 1230 views)

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Dinesh Divekar
Business Mentor, Consultant And Trainer
Feras
Psychometric Assessment And Behavioral Analysis,

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kimi.dangra@gmail.com
Hello Sir,
First of all my introduction, I am Kimi Dangra working as a HR management Trainee with Aditya Birla Group.
I go thru your mentoring ppt & It is very knowledgeable.
Thank You so much for your valuable sharing to support & guide individuals.
With Regards,:icon1:
Kimi

From India
Dinesh Divekar
7616

Dear Mukesh,

I gone through the ppt. I do not wish to antagonise you but take liberty of unsolicited suggestions. I did not find the following in your presentation:

a) Time period for mentoring programme
b) Any reference to mentoring programme as a whole.
c) How will you check that mentoring programme is executed exactly as envisaged? If it is not executed who will take corrective action?
d) The way we have Management Representative in ISO 9000, who will be Mentoring Representative? What would be his/her authority?
e) What would be the documentation process, who will maintain it, who will check the documentation and at what frequency? Who will take corrective action for inconsistent or inaccurate documentation.
f) How will you appraise the mentoring programme?
g) What if Mentor-Learner relationship gets into negative mode?
h) How will you assess the maturity of the mentors?

There are so many other questions as well. However, as of now these appear to be adequate.

Ok...

Dinesh V Divekar
Soft Skill, Behavioural and


From India, Bangalore
feras
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Dear Dinesh,
Since you have taken the liberty to Antagonize the person who has done a very generous contribution by introducing mentoring in this well respected forum, i would like to ask you why haven't you posted something better if you have that knowledge instead of patronizing other members who share and care.................... OK

From United Arab Emirates, Dubai
Dinesh Divekar
7616

Dear Feras,

In the training programme on "Mentoring", I always tell to my participants (who are would-be mentors) that they should always remember famous saying in English, "if you give a man fish you feed him for the day, but if you teach him fishing, you feed him for the whole life".

Dear Feras, mentor never spoon feeds his/her mentee and so is faculty of the training programme on Mentoring too!

By the way, if few suggestions "antagonises" some member, then it clearly shows signs of lack of personality development.

By the way, recently, I conducted training programme titled "Formal Mentoring" for one renowned petrochemical company at Mangalore, Karnataka (India). It went on very well. Those who want to kick start mentoring programme in their company can contact me.

Thanks,

Dinesh V Divekar

Dear Dinesh,



Since you have taken the liberty to Antagonize the person who has done a very generous contribution by introducing mentoring in this well respected forum, i would like to ask you why haven't you posted something better if you have that knowledge instead of patronizing other members who share and care.................... OK

From India, Bangalore

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