Mentoring Programme

 

Group mentoring becomes more and more popular

By Kirsten M. Poulsen Director and Management Consultant   Traditionally mentoring happens as a one-to-one relationship between a more experienced person as the mentor and a less experienced person as the mentee. However, we experience a growing interest in establishing group mentoring programmes based on the need to provide mentoring for more mentees while mentors…

Changing lives by transforming learning

By Pia Prip Hansen     Together with two Kenyan universities (Kenyatta University and Moi University) researchers from University of Brighton have worked on strengthening the education systems in East Africa. The project title is Strengthening education systems in East Africa: mentoring for development in pre-primary and primary education (SEMESA) and was founded by the…

Does your mentoring programme have a clear purpose?

…and why does it matter? By Kirsten M. Poulsen Director and Management Consultant, KMP+ House of Mentoring   “If you don’t know where you are going, any road will get you there.” Lewis Caroll A clear purpose, describing why your mentoring programme exists and what it aims to achieve, is critical for making the decision…
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