kaushal k sharma

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i am a professional trainer with some valuable and noticeable gestures to make changes in response to the requirement of a group or individual.

Let’s start to understand the term mentoring easily.

Mentoring is a structured and trusting relationship that brings young people together with caring individuals who offer guidance, support and encouragement aimed at developing the competence and character of the mentee.

Types of Mentoring: Responsible mentoring can occur in these forms:

• Traditional mentoring: One adult to one young person.
• Group mentoring: One adult to up to four young people.
• Team mentoring: Several adults working with small groups of young people in which the adult-to-youth ratio is not greater than 1:4.
• Peer mentoring: Caring youth mentoring other youth.
• E-mentoring: Mentoring via e-mail and the Internet.

Locations of Mentoring: Mentoring can take place in a wide array of settings, such as these:

• Workplace
• School
• Faith-based organization
• Juvenile corrections facility
• Community setting  and
• “Virtual community,” where e-mentoring takes place.

Duration of Mentoring: Because relationships and a sense of bonding occur over time between mentors and mentees, the duration and consistency of each mentoring relationship is very important. At a minimum, mentors and mentees should meet regularly at least four hours per month for at least a year. There are exceptions, such as school-based mentoring, which coincide with the school year, and other types of special mentoring initiatives. In such special circumstances, mentees need to know from the outset how long they can expect the relationship to last, so they can adjust their expectations accordingly.


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