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JS 3 Connecting and Communicating

JS 3 Connecting and Communicating

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Connecting and Communicating is a training module that teaches mentors how to communicate with mentees
Connecting and Communicating is a training module that teaches mentors how to communicate with mentees

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Module 3
Part 2: Training Mentors
Connecting and
 Time: 2 hoursLimit: 20 participants
Communicating
 
PART 2:
 Training Mentors
MODULE 3:
Connecting and Communicating
NOTES
1
Introduction
Session Goals
Participants will prepare to deliver a training session, called “Build-ing Trust,” to their program’s new mentors. By the end of the work-shop, participants should have:Explored the importance of their mentors’ having strong commu-nication skillsPlanned, facilitated, and/or participated in an activity that identi-fies qualities of “active listening”Planned, facilitated, and/or participated in an activity that identi-fies “good practices” that help mentors develop a successful rela-tionship with their menteeParticipated in role-plays and understood their usefulness in help-ing mentors practice skills
 The Basics
1.“Listening” is a mentor’s most valuable skill, and it can be prac-ticed and learned.2.The key to creating effective mentoring relationships lies in thedevelopment of trust. That requires time and patience by thementor.3.A central task for trainers is to plan approaches that keep allpartic-ipants actively involved in learning the workshop content.
 
PART 2:
 Training Mentors
MODULE 3:
Connecting and Communicating
NOTES
2
Agenda
1.Introductions
(10 minutes)Participants identify challenges mentors may face early inthe relationship with their mentee.
2.Building Trust
(15 minutes)Participants review materials for training mentors incommunication skills.
3.Using Handouts
(55 minutes)Small groups develop strategies for delivering informationto mentors in a training workshop, and then give their mini-lesson to the whole group.
4.Practicing Skills
(25 minutes)Participants gain practice in using role-plays to train mentors.
5.Now What?
(15 minutes)Participants reflect on the importance of training their mentorsin building trust.
Connections to Other Training Sessions
 This session is intended as the third of four sessions designed tohelp programs train their mentors. The information and strategiesreferred to in this session are related to these JUMP trainings:“Preparing to Facilitate”“JUMPstarting Your Mentors”“Keeping the Relationships GoingIf members of your training group have already attended any of thosesessions, you may want to draw on information they have learnedthere. If they have not yet attended those sessions, you will want to,where appropriate, encourage them to attend in order to reinforceand add to the information that is covered during this “Connecting”session.

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