Workplace Leaders Mentoring Qualification

Getting to the root of colleague’s barriers, helping to improve their teams.

 “The Workplace Mentoring courses from The Mentoring School are fully immersive courses that teach the hidden skillset of the workplace (and the most useful of the lot!). A manager can expect to see real time productivity change!” Ahmed Esat

What is a Workplace Mentor?

Mentors in the workplace are colleagues who are trained to provide support and advice to other members of staff.  Working in a supportive company environment, the qualified team members can be accessed by colleagues who would like support about something that they feel is affecting their performance at work.  It may be advice on how to resolve a problem, they may be a new member of staff after advice from an experienced colleague, or it may be how to overcome a personal difficulty in the working environment.

What is a Workplace Leader Mentor?

Managers within an organisation who provide mentoring for other managers.  They work together to mentor each other on the unique challenges faced by leaders within a company.  This helps to maximise the impact on their teams as their management and leadership styles adapt as a result of the peer mentoring they are experiencing.

What are the benefits of mentoring?

Mentoring is shown to develop individuals within a company at senior and low levels.  It increases employee motivation, job performance and retention rates.  For managers it multiplies the impact of any change and also prepares the new leaders for the complexity of the challenges they will face.

What is the National Workplace Leaders Mentoring Qualification?

A three-day course provided by leaders in mentoring courses, The Mentoring School.  Suitable for team leaders wanting to develop mentoring skills in the workplace to empower their teams to succeed.  Includes sessions on empowering individuals and teams, group psychology and causes of personal difficulties that impact on efficiency in the workplace.

The 3 day course covers:

  • What is a mentor
  • Barriers to success
  • Learning styles
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Preparation for the future
  • Employer requirements*
  • Supporting an individual*
  • Diversity
  • Working with a team
  • Good practice for mentors
  • Involving other staff
  • Brain development and Mental Health
  • Giving feedback

To find out more details or enquire about a course, please contact hello@thementoringschool.com