Mentoring for Managers
Start Date: 11 Jul 2017
Start Time: 1:30 PM
End Time: 4:00 PM
Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
Venue: University Campus Aylesbury Vale, 59 Walton Street, Aylesbury, HP21 7QG › View map
Mentoring is quickly becoming one of the most essential skills for organisations seeking to improve their management capability. The benefits for managers being mentored are obvious and well proven. But for experienced managers, whether employed directly or in an advisory role, there are also rewards: Being a mentor gives you the opportunity to help someone think about their options, set personal goals and stay focused in the pursuit of those goals. As a good Mentor you will provide inspiration, support, and build confidence.
This event, a collaboration between the Chartered Management Institute and University Campus Aylesbury Vale, is designed for individuals new to mentoring, as well as experienced mentors wishing to develop their skills to a higher level. As well as covering an overview of the key skills needed by a mentor, delegates will also be given an opportunity to try them out in a safe environment. The event will conclude with an overview of the CMI’s management mentoring system and will allow ample opportunities for networking and collaborative action planning with other delegates.
The session will be interactive, with plenty of opportunity to ask questions and share your own experiences mentoring with other mentors at all levels of experience.
Registration and refreshments
Mentoring for Managers
- Introduction to mentoring
- Benefits to Mentors
- Benefits to the organisation
- Different types of mentoring
- Career stages
- What makes a good Mentor – key skills
- Mentoring life cycle
- Starting the partnership
- Key stages
- Finishing the partnership
Practical mentoring exercise
CMI's Mentoring Programme
Q & A
Jacqui Hogan FCMI
Jacqui is a board member of the CMI for the region covering the Thames Valley, Chilterns and Cotswolds. A large part of her role is encouraging members to adopt mentoring as a strategy for developing better led and better managed organisations.
Jacqui Hogan has wide experience in senior management and with mentoring middle and junior managers. Her management experience includes both direct management responsibility, as well as managing difficult and challenging client teams as an outsourced manager. She is particularly skilled in situations with a high degree of uncertainty or change; mentoring and motivating those involved to communicate effectively with stakeholders. She has qualified as an Accredited Master Mentor from the IIC&M and is a Fellow of the mentoring organisation, IOEE (Institute of Enterprise and Entrepreneurs).
Jacqui Hogan’s mentoring clients have included senior managers looking to move forward into new roles, managers struggling with collaborating with colleagues on IT projects and many new business owners. Jacqui is a volunteer mentor with the Cherie Blair Foundation, mentoring senior business managers across the world. She has also delivered training to and managed the Women in Engineering Society’s UK wide Mentoring programme MentorSET since 2011, which has over 600 members.
Parking on site is very limited, however the campus is served by four nearby car parks, each no more than five minutes’ walk from the campus:
Walton Street car park (postcode HP21 7QP) is a short walk across the road and offers the cheapest long-term rate.
Two car parks on Exchange Street, northeast side (postcode HP20 1UB).
One car park on Exchange Street, southwest side, attached to Waitrose (postcode HP20 1UB). Note that many of the spaces in this car park have a two-hour maximum stay.
Guest parking at University Campus Aylesbury Vale is only available by prior arrangement.
The campus is a short walk from the rail and bus stations and is served by Chiltern Railways.
Questions about this event should be addressed to Network Support at firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone on 01536 207394.