Mentoring

To anyone who wants to gain a foundation in mentoring, and managers and team leaders who want to develop or refine their mentoring skills.

  EVALUATING & ENDING  

  THE MENTORING PROGRAM  

Mentoring at Lean4U.net

Is your mentoring program valuable? Does it contribute to the achievement of business goals? 

When resources are stretched thin, organizations need to know how much their mentoring programs are   contributing to the bottom line.

Knowing when to successfully and tactfully end mentoring relationships will make the best use of resources.

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Self-assessments are used regularly to provide formative evaluations of mentors' performance.

Find out what these key interpersonal skills mentors should have.

Continuously evaluating mentoring programs ensures that they maintain high standards. Without evaluation, program participants may become complacent and not see the point in continuing.

It's important to plan a suitable exit strategy for the end of the relationship. It might end because all of its objectives have been achieved, because it has reached an agreed point in time, or because the relationship isn't

working as intended for some reason.

Use this job aid as a checklist that will guide you in designing your own mentoring evaluation plans.

Sample to guide you in the creation of your own mentoring program evaluation plan, tailored to your company's objectives.

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