Duration: Evening and 1 day
Delegates: All members of the practice team.
Overview: The programme is aimed at anyone working in practice who has an opportunity to positively impact the performance of others. Combining theory and 'best' practice, learning the whats, the whys and hows of delivering mentoring successfully, including core coaching skills.
Programme Outline: Attendees will learn “best” practice; from the what, why and hows of delivering mentoring successfully, to core coaching skills. As with clinical development, mentoring requires a combination of theory and practice. If you have made the decision to mentor team members this course will provide you with the skills and ongoing support in your new role.
- Understanding mentoring.
- Mentoring models: the ‘Model T’ and ‘The GROW Model’.
- Practicing mentoring skills.
- The art of listening.
- Practical tools to aid mentoring.
Introducing mentoring into your practice can be a key tool for recruitment and retention.
Investing in mentoring will not only help encourage applicants to apply for positions and promote supportive surroundings to new graduates, but it will also help to increase productivity, commitment, engagement and morale. Practices that have integrated mentoring schemes within their structure have found it an invaluable resource to attract the best quality candidates and keep key members of the team.
Included: One night's accommodation, dinner, discussion & introduction to XLVets mentoring community, breakfast and lunch.
Trainer: Ian Harrison, Growhouse GB and Charlotte Moody, XLVets
'I thoroughly enjoyed the course and found it has given me communication skills which I can use across the whole team in everyday situations.' Karen MacDonald RVN, Paragon Veterinary Group
‘I took so much more from this course than I ever thought was possible.’ Emma Moss at Rutland Vets.
‘Thought-provoking and essential training, applicable to more than just the mentoring relationship.’ Sally Hodgson at Hook Norton Veterinary Group.
‘Excellent course, really opened my eyes to what mentoring actually was and the way it can be used to benefit the practice.’ Chris Watton at Rutland Vets.