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COURSE STRUCTURE

Multi-generational
Mentoring

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The Problem 

  • The so-called new world of work also raises the "unconsidered need" for improved structured social learning and collaborative mentoring

  • Changes in working practices have reduced or removed the ability to participate in traditional "water-cooler" type learning opportunities

  • Classroom style learning has been replaced by various hybrid and online learning methods and less interaction

  • The ability to effectively evaluate the acquisition and assimilation of real learning needs a whole new approach

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The Solution 

  • To counter-balance the emergent "unconsidered needs" of the future of work, the power of connected thinking and collaborative mentoring, using the existing wisdom within own organisations needs to be elevated to a new level of priority

  • With global events placing ever-increasing pressures on L&D budgets, and ROI on learning spend becoming a real challenge, the ability to effectively mobilise cross-organisational, multi-generational mentoring has never been more important

  • The international demands for more "Social Enterprise" has fueled the evolution of traditional CSI and CSR focuses into the emergent ESG space where corporations are now held accountable for impact performance

  • Similarly, the necessary focus on effective EDI practices, driven partially by the UN SDGs and partially by societal transformation, demands more focus and real social impact

  • Multi-generational Mentoring is the perfect solution to leverage the wisdom within your organisation

Extended Lifespan Value of Learning

  • Extended lifespan learning works on the tried and trusted learning method of "watch one, do one, teach one"

  • This validates that learning has been acquired and is embedded for use and application in the future 

  • The unique M4S process follows a "Before, During and After" approach combining expert, virtual instructor-led sessions with always-on, anytime & anywhere mobile App engagement

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BEFORE - 1-week beforehand

Registration & Preparation

  • Pre-course alignment & reading

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SESSION 1 - 2 hours

Onboarding and Induction

  • Program purpose & outcomes

  • Metrics for success

  • Engagement & impact analytics

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SESSION 2 - 1.5 hours

Introducing Knowledge Mentoring

  • Knowledge themes

  • Collaboration & sharing tools

  • App-enabled knowledge sharing

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SESSION 3 - 1.5 hours

Implementation and Application

  • Challenges & problems to solve

  • Multi-generation mentoring

  • Connected collective thinking

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SESSION 4 - 1.5 hours

Consolidation and Close-out

  • Review lessons learned

  • Share success stories

  • Take-outs & take-aways

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AFTER

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  • Options to leverage the value

The Problem 

  • Changes in working practices have reduced or removed the ability to participate in traditional "vicarious" learning opportunities through others

  • Classroom style learning has been replaced by various hybrid and online learning methods and less interaction

  • The ability to effectively evaluate the acquisition and assimilation of real learning needs a whole new approach

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