Mentoring is a time honored legal tradition and a cornerstone of the American Inns of Court. Through it, the ideals of professionalism, civility and ethical behavior are learned and reinforced.A mentor is someone who imparts knowledge, guides mentees professionally, and advocates for opportunities. However, mentoring is a lot more than a single individual. Having knowledge of who your mentors and mentees are, what they each need, establishing a program and ensuring the exchange of wisdom is done properly can all contribute to a thriving mentorship program. This course is designed to help you acheive success.
This course will help you find both resources and inspiration for your own Inn's mentoring program. The information weaves principles and goals for Inn mentoring together with practical applications for all levels and types of engagement.
Who should take the time for this course?
- Inn leaders who want to increase or change the way mentoring is done at their Inn.
- Members of the Inn's Executive Committee who are interested in getting more involved with mentoring at the Inn.
- Inn members who want to know more about mentoring in order to be a better mentor.
- A broader understanding of the importance of mentoring.
- Ideas for strategies and tactics for implementing or taking a new approach to mentoring at your Inn.
- Resources and materials to assist in making your mentoring efforts easier and more productive.
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