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  • Getting Started

    Leaders - Getting Started

    This guide is meant to serve as a starting point before your first meeting. The goal is to help you think about what you are bringing into your pairing and feel ready to jump into the relationship.

    Learners - Getting Started

    This guide is meant to serve as a starting point before your first meeting. Included are additional tools and resources to help deepen and navigate the connection with your leader.

  • First Meeting

    First Meeting Resource Guide for Leaders

    Getting started in a new mentor mentee relationship can be awkward and uncomfortable. The following guide includes tips, suggestions, and questions to use to get your first meeting started on the right foot.

    First Meeting Resource Guide for Learners

    Getting started in a new mentor mentee relationship can be awkward and uncomfortable. The following guide includes tips, suggestions, and questions to use to get your first meeting started on the right foot.

    First Meeting Resource Guide for Pairs

    Pairs are welcome to conduct their first meeting however they would like, but this document includes helpful tips and tricks to help get you started.

  • Goal Setting

    Goal Setting

    Goals are important in any mentoring relationship, but we know that everyone has a model that works for them. This document includes ideas on how to structure your goals with your learner or leader and keep them on track.

  • Keeping it Going

    Keeping Your Relationship Going

    Providing feedback is an important part of any relationship. Your mentoring relationship is no different. This document includes a few tips for providing and receiving feedback.

    Pair Evaluation

    Utilize this outline to check in with your mentor or mentee throughout your work together to gauge how things are going from their perspective.

  • Concluding Your Connection

    Closure Conversation

    Use this discussion guide to help facilitate a closure conversation with your leader or learner.