What are the qualities of someone who is present? Inspiring, empathetic, great listener, dynamic, confident, authentic, engaging and assertive are all words that spring to mind.
Building rapport and trust with your mentees will help them engage and gain maximum benefit from the experience. Being congruent will help you achieve this – ensuring your words, body language and voice tone are all in unison.
This blog post was written in conjunction with Marisa Angellilo, InterCHANGE People Development Associate.
This blog post was written in conjunction with Claire Gold, InterCHANGE People Development Associate.
This blog post was written in conjunction with Marisa Angelillo, InterCHANGE People Development Associate.
Often we hold ourselves back from achieving our full potential for hidden unexamined reasons. Ask a few simple and powerful ‘barrier busting’ questions to boost your students’ confidence and expand their thinking.