How To Be An Effective Mentor Workshop

  • 16 Jul 2015
  • 7:30 AM - 12:00 PM
  • Microsoft, Level 28, 400 George Street, Brisbane
  • 1


  • Please note choosing this option means you are applying to be a Mentor to one of our Mentees in our Program
  • exc GST

Registration is closed
 Have you considering becoming a Mentor?

Are you keen to explore skills of effective Mentoring? 

Do you have colleagues who would benefit from your Mentorship, but need practical processes to follow?

Mounting evidence is clearly showing the positive impact of effective mentoring.  A comprehensive study in 2006 by Gartner of over 1,000 workers at Sun Microsystems over 5 years revealed:

  • 25% of employees enrolled in a program had a salary-grade change compared to  only 5% who did not
  • Mentees were promoted 5 times more than those not
  • Mentees experience higher career satisfaction, career commitment, career mobility & positive job attitude

Key features:

  • short, sharp & intense
  • targeted skills training to ensure consistent high quality experience & outcomes
  • crystal clear direction & specific plan to achieve goals
  • exit feeling highly focused & 100% committed

To specifically support returning Mentors to deepen their mentoring skills, this round of Mentoring Training will explore: 

  • Advancing mentoring questioning techniques
  • Contextual listening
  • Breaking down blind spots and mental blocks
  • Expansive thinking techniques
About the Trainer:

Sonya Trau is a Senior Business Leadership Coach with AltusQ & involved in design & delivery of numerous corporate mentoring programs nationally for over 4yrs, including the first industry wide mentoring program in Australia.  She believes passionately about the power of effective mentoring skills & relationships both for individuals involved & organisations to which they belong.  She has spent much of the last 15 years consulting, advising & coaching in corporates, NFPs & mid-sized businesses across numerous industries.  Sonya’s extensive practical business management experience in multinationals & Australian IT firms uniquely enables her to effectively translate the ‘soft stuff’ into practical, tangible outcomes for business and people in the business.

What will be covered in the workshop:
  • Understanding mentoring & how it differs from coaching, consulting, training, counseling & facilitation
  • Understanding stages, what to focus on & when
  • Specific roles & responsibilities - managing expectations
  • Overcoming the status gap
  • Goals: awareness, analysis, clarifying & articulating
  • Process: how it works, who’s responsible for what
  • The Flow: before, during & between meetings
  • Developing & maintaining longevity of the relationship
  • Dealing with common challenges
  • Workbooks and tools to use throughout the program

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