Nancy J Walton RMT | Energy~Sound~Color Therapist | Feng Shui
A study of mentoring techniques most commonly used in business found that
the five most commonly used techniques among Mentors were:
Accompanying: making a commitment in a caring way, which involves taking part in the learning process side-by-side with the learner.
Sowing: mentors are often confronted with the difficulty of preparing the learner before he or she is ready to change. Sowing is necessary when you know that what you say may not be understood or even acceptable to learners at first but will make sense and have value when the situation requires it.
Catalyzing: when change reaches a critical level of pressure, learning can escalate.
Here the mentor chooses to plunge the learner right into change, provoking a different way of thinking, a change in identity or a re-ordering of values.
Showing: this is making something understandable, or using your own example to demonstrate a skill or activity. You show what you are talking about, you show by your own behavior.
Harvesting: here the mentor focuses on "picking the ripe fruit": it is usually used to create awareness of what was learned by experience and to draw conclusions. The key questions here are: "What have you learned?", "How useful is it?".
Rent a Mentor of Long Island sources say: "There are so many managers who just are clueless about how to motivate people, and they make life miserable" for subordinates, declares Moritz. Formerly a teacher at the UN’s school, then a VP with first Hill & Knowlton and later Lou Harris, Moritz observes that corporate success often subsumes integrity.
Managers often "use fear and shame techniques to get what they want," she says. "People gain financial success at a terrible cost. People have come into my office, closed the door, and started crying. People lose the sense of who they really are, and what they really want."
Mentoring is a personal, developmental relationship in which a more experienced, knowledgeable person helps to guide a less experienced, usually less knowledgeable person. However, true mentoring is more than just answering occasional questions or providing
ad hoc help . It's about ongoing relationship of learning, dialog, and challenge.
Nancy was keen to observe and write progress notes on each Young Adult (18-25) under her care, and encourage as well as assisted each YA with tasks as wells as reinforce self-reliance.
I found Nancy to be a caring individual and a compassionate Mentor who took her position seriously. I would recommend her as a competent member of staff to any Mental Health Care organization or facility.
~ Kim S.
♥ Building self confidence and self esteem
♥ Eliminating stress, depression, anxiety and worry
♥ Detoxifying the body from the inside out
♥ Goal setting and attainment
♥ Conquering fear
♥ Eliminating limiting beliefs and excuses
Enhancing the Childs Self Image with Motivation, study skills, self-respect and self esteem
Children are naturally curious. You can observe the magnificent sense of wonder and see it in their eyes, hear it in their speech and feel it in their love.
They want to learn and explore and look forward to the day they start school with great excitement. However, once they start school they may see it not longer as the wondrous place they imagined, and begin to resent having to do homework for a variety of reasons.
Is your child having difficulty focusing or studying? Children often begin to begrudge time spent in school.
I believe that motivation and study skills are founded in self-respect, self-esteem and understanding. Let's explore how to deal with study, homework and your child's presence in school through affirmations, learning patience and finding joy with beneficial habits. they can accelerate in their learning in a relaxed atmosphere and it works wonders for accelerating learning incorporating patience and joy.
Is your child overweight? it is generally not a 'food' problem. Let's address this and teach your child to find good eating habits and satisfaction while creating an active, enjoyable life and learn how to balance food, television and computer/text messaging habits by using relaxation,
positive reinforcement while creating new, positive behavior.
Does your child get easily frustrated and angry? Do they act out? A child's negative behavior always has a purpose behind it. Sometimes it is a feeling of not measuring up or inadequacy on some scale. W need to address this together to discover the underlaying cause(s) and start creating better coping skills and habits that facilitate their growth for future happiness.