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1 Make a Difference Through Mentoring Presented By Susan Darring CPP 1

2 2 “A journey of two days takes two thousand years without a mentor”- Rumi “Being there for another person speaks volumes, more than words or any other action could possibly convey”-The Elements of Mentoring by Johnson and Ridley

3 3 What you are going to learn today is:  Why is Mentoring Important?  How do you find a mentor?  How do you become a mentor?  How is successful mentoring accomplished?  What is the End Result?

4 4 Why is Mentoring Important? “When we believe our own thoughts and opinions about ourselves, we all need a reliable reality check.” Why it is important for the mentor: It is a gift you can give that costs only your time It allows you to share knowledge and wisdom with someone eager to learn You will learn as much as you have taught The rewards are intangible but incredibly satisfying

5 5 Why it is important for the Payroll profession: Payroll is a unique industry which requires multiple skill sets, a lot of heart and commitment, special attention to confidentiality and a fiduciary responsibility We can pass along and define high standards, good work ethics and resource development It creates resources that might not otherwise exist It creates positive, enduring relationships and partnerships It is a win - win situation! Why is Mentoring Important?(cont)

6 6 How do you find a mentor? What you should look for in a mentor: Someone who has matching skills Someone you feel comfortable enough to tell the truth and be confident they will be honest with you (mutual trust) Good chemistry Someone whose judgement you respect Someone who is Willing & Able Someone who is willing to learn from you as well

7 7 How to be a Mentor Qualities/Skills you need to be Successful Honesty Courage Trust Tact Sensitivity Loyalty Commitment to the relationship Respect Desire to mentor and commitment to that person Good listening skills Good communication skills The ability to dedicate the time needed to the relationship to make it successful

8 8 How to be a Mentor (Cont) How do you prepare? Look at your motives – why do you want to do this Ensure your own skills are up to standards Are you able to motivate and stimulate others Do you feel secure and fulfilled Organize your thoughts and your strategy – organization is key

9 9 How to be a Mentor (Cont) Qualities your Protégé should have Intelligence Ambition Desire to learn and absorb all you teach Trust Loyalty Commitment to the relationship Respect Ability to execute new skill sets learned

10 10 How is Successful mentoring accomplished? Set up regular meetings Set goals – set reasonable timelines to accomplish those goals Review progress made toward attaining those goals in regular meetings If any particular goal is stalled brainstorm with your protégé – revise goal if necessary

11 11 How is Successful mentoring accomplished? (cont) How you know you have a successful mentoring Relationship? You have 100% confidence in each other There is a mutual sponsorship There is sincere enthusiasm to help each other Mutual transparency Positive Reinforcement Open Constructive Feedback

12 12 What is the End Result? For the Mentor Your protégé has achieved the desired goal (s) that were set You have learned (& received) as much as you taught (& given) A great professional and / or personal relationship has been made The satisfaction that you have helped another person achieve a goal by sharing your knowledge

13 13 What is the End Result? For the Protege A new level of knowledge has been attained by all A goal of yours has been achieved It’s now up to you how to use that knowledge A great professional and / or personal relationship has been made You can take the experience of being mentored and use it to be a mentor to someone else

14 14 The Joy of Mentoring I won’t be remembered for being rich. I won’t be remembered for being powerful. I won’t be remembered for being ambitious. I will be remembered for contributing to the success of those I mentored and I will quietly and joyfully know I made a difference. Susan Darring

15 15 Recommended Reading Encouragement Changes Everything- John C Maxwell The Little Book of Coaching- Ken Blanchard and Don Shula Mentoring 101- John C Maxwell Equipping 101- John C Maxwell The Joy of Working- Denis Waitley The Power of One- John C Maxwell The Elements of Mentoring- Johnson and Ridley The Mentees Guide- Lois Zachary with Lory Fischer

16 16 Make a Difference Through Mentoring Thank you for your attendance If you have further questions, feel free to contact me at: Office Phone Mobile Phone


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