Matching mentors and mentees - Assessing mentor profiles: page 1 of 1

Guide: Now, listen to our mentors, Harry and Ayesha. Have a good look at their profiles and type in any notes you want to make in the interactive objects. Then complete a checklist for their attributes and interests - this will help you to match them with mentees later.

Guide: This section has extra information in the profiles page to help you with matching.

Harry: Hi. I'm Harry Schofield and I've been a mentor for about ten years, first in business and now in my current role as a business studies teacher.

Harry: I haven't done a learning style questionnaire - you'll have to rely on my personal profile to match me up with a mentee. Don't forget to complete the checklist!

Select the profiles link to find out more about me.

Select the interactive link to type in your notes and the question link to complete the checklist.

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question resource

Ayesha:
Hello, I'm Ayesha Pope and I've been mentoring for three years and have just completed my professional mentoring qualification too. I'm really sold on mentoring and see it as the best way of developing an individual's job-related skills.

Ayesha: I did a learning style questionnaire at the start of my professional course, but now I tend to match my style to my mentees, where necessary, and coach them in developing others so it's not a big issue for me.

Ayesha: I find that common experience or interests are a good way of matching mentors and mentees. Anyway, look at my personal profile to match me up with a mentee.

Select the profiles link to find out more about me.

Select the interactive link to type in your notes and the question link to complete the checklist.

interactive resource
question resource


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