Mentoring is the non-judgmental process that aims to assist the student in his overall development. The mentor has a bird’s eye view of all areas of development and can make a complete assessment of the students. It is the job of the mentor, to discover the hidden and unsaid issues in development and help the students work on these.
This process consists of reviewing the development plan, discovering areas of repeated failures, identifying a common thread, focusing on core issues, helping the student overcome these issues and helping him/her become an achiever in life.
Mentoring Data :
The Mentors collect data from all the coaching interview sheets and development plans. It is the job of the mentor to take a bird’s eye view of entire development process and look at the big picture.
The Mentor will look at working with the student to address one or two key areas. The intervention may take place in a formal interview or simply by working along with the student to help enhance performance. It is the mentors job to help and encourage the students to become achievers in all aspects of life.
Mentors Feedback :
At the end of each term the mentors provide feedback on achievement of developmental goals during the period.