Mentoring has fast become a commonly used tool towards developing staff. It allows for the sharing of knowledge across people and teams as well as strengthening relationships across a business. Mentoring provides a cost-effective approach to tailoring support for an individual’s unique requirements and learning style. For even the most experienced of us, serving as a workplace mentor from a distance is a very unique challenge. This book aims to outline some of the key challenges and outline strategies to overcome them. When used effectively, remote technology can facilitate effective mentoring, ensuring it remains as effective as face-to-face mentoring. Outlined in this concise guide, are tips and suggestions to facilitate effective mentoring, that is executed via remote technology. Remote mentoring need not lack anything compared to its face-to-face equivalent, this guide ensures it doesn’t.
About the Author
The Author is Sunny Patel, a former Teacher, Trainer, Curriculum Manager and Senior Manager. Most recently Sunny was a Senior Curriculum Manager for an international Software House in London a role he left to begin his own Coaching Business. During his managerial career, Sunny has led teams of Trainers, mentored Junior Trainers and Trainee Teachers, and managed Instructional Designers across the globe with the aim being to launch, manage and maintain high quality Training courses and materials. Much of this has been at a distance and remotely. He is now a Certified Life and Career Coach who works independently Coaching Professionals through purpose-centric life and career changes.