Effective Peer Mentoring: Building Collaborative Learning Relationships

Course description

In an increasingly competitive and fast-place global economy, it is essential that organizations leverage the knowledge of their own seasoned professionals. Peer to peer mentoring is one way to make sure that knowledge is neither lost nor constantly recreated. In this program, we will focus on the approach and skills necessary to build collaborative learning relationships.

Who should attend

This program is designed for people at any level in the workplace who have developed effective strategies and processes that should become communicated and formalized across the organization.

What you will achieve

  • Identify characteristics of a successful learning relationship
  • Learn why building a collaborative learning relationship is essential
  • Identify the 3 major ways a people process information
  • Identify their own teaching style
  • Identify others’ learning styles

What you will learn

  • How to create a successful learning relationship
  • How to avoid the hidden traps of a potentially contentious peer mentoring process.
  • How to maximize their own teaching style
  • How to identify and adapt to another's learning style
  • Welcome: Intro Instructor and Program
  • Pitfalls of teacher/learner relationships
  • 3 Characteristics of a successful learning relationship
  • Law of Requisite Variety
  • Kinesthetic, Auditory and Visual Learners
  • Using the D.i.S.C. Behavioral Assessment Tool to Identify the 4 behavioral/learning styles
  • Using the D.i.S.C. Behavioral Assessment Tool to Identify Participant Teaching Styles
  • Role-Play and Practice

This course is currently not scheduled. To be notified of the next available date, provide us with your information. Or, if you have a group to train, contact us to learn more about bringing this course onsite to your location:

Call: 1.800.288.7246 (US ONLY) or +1.978.649.8200

eMail: onsitetraining@corpedgroup.com

Form: Corporate Onsite Request Form