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17 Golden Rules - An Effective Mentor

A lways aim to be the very best you can be
N ever hit, humiliate, abuse your mentee

E njoy mentoring with a sense of humour
F lexibility gains respect
F amily values are nurtured
E fficiency and thorough planning
C reative spirits change the world
T eamwork builds positive communities
I nspire your mentee at every opportunity
V isionary mentors educate for the future
E xcellence creates positive achievers

M otivate positively
E ncourage, empathise, affirm and love your mentee
N urture and mould your mentee as a unique being
T ry to be firm, fair and consistent
O ffer constructive criticism always
R ole models live a healthy, balanced lifestyle

A MENTOR MAKING A DIFFERENCE

Robin Cox


".. you are not a rescuer. Sometimes you will wonder if you are doing any good at all, but you are making memories that may come back at a later date and stage of maturity to set a course toward a productive future." - Shirley D. Hammond


"Some people come into our lives and quickly go. Some stay for a while and leave footprints on our hearts. And we are never, ever the same." - Anonymous





| Relationship Stages | Mentor's Role and Qualities | Different Stages of Development 5 - 13 | Mentor's Dream | 131 ideas for the mentoring journey | Mentor Training | The Spirit of Mentoring ( Volunteer Mentors) | Book for ongoing training | What Mentors say about the Training Manual | 17 Golden Mentoring Rules | Goal Getting Tips | Goal Setting Ideas | Goal Getting Examples | Tips to Foster Resilient Mentees | 10 Habits of Effective Mentees | Developing a positive self-image | Mentor's Song - Human | 50 Ways to be a Great Mentor | The Dance (poem) | My Mentor, My Friend (Poem) | Through the eyes of Mentors | What Mentees say | 10 Keys To Connecting with a Mentee | 12 Habits of the Toxic Mentor | 12 Habits of the Toxic Mentee | Why Male Mentors are Urgently Needed | Tribute to a Mentor from a Mentee | Connecting with a Mentee aged 11 - 14 | 30 Tips for the Adolescent Journey |
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