Implementation of Individual Development Plan
In Topic 3, you completed an outline for your Individual Development Plan. At this point, you will select two activities to implement with your mentee. The two activities can be related to the same discipline or you can try and introduce separate activities that work on separate areas of growth. For example, if your mentee is working in listening skills, you can have the mentee create a written description of personal experiences with listening over the past few weeks. This would allow you to use techniques to redirect the mentee’s listening behavior during certain experiences. In addition, you could task the mentee with the opportunity to engage in a listening activity with another coworker or friend. This scenario could utilize some of the techniques you provided based on results from the first activity. Or, you can develop an activity for listening and an activity for communicating with others. You need to evaluate your current mentoring experience and create activities that will benefit your learning experience and your mentee’s mentoring experience. You will have the next 2 weeks to complete this portion of your assignment. The activity can be a written requirement, physical requirement, or an activity that initiates a behavioral change over a predetermined timeframe. As your mentee is working through the activity, monitor the progress and utilize any coaching or mentoring techniques necessary to guide your mentee to be successful. You must spend a minimum of 3 hours monitoring and working with your mentee for each activity. If you are in a location that prevents conducting the activity face-to-face, please use technology or additional resources to ensure you are providing a positive coaching and mentoring experience for your mentee.
Complete a 250-500 word reflection on the information you have obtained through the monitoring process. This could consist of a performance indicator chart along with a brief explanation of the current status in the coaching/mentoring process. You are only required to submit your reflection at this time.
Implementation of Individual Development Plan In Topic 3, you completed an outline for your Individual Development Plan. At this point, you will select two activities to implement with your mentee. Th
CHRISTIAN VALUES NAME: INSTITUTION COURSE NUMBER COURSE TITLE: INSTRUCTOR’S NAME: DUE DATE: CHRISTIAN VALUES Our IDP “individual development plan” will be based on Christian beliefs, values, and ethics. Luckily enough, I am a Christian, and Ikechukwu also believes in Christianity; therefore, values will be similar. However, I would not have discriminated against him despite his religion. Consequently, we believe that hope, trust, and blessing come from God, our creator. Therefore we trust in God that his blessing will help the training sessions to be successful and effective. Thus, the relevant Christian values relevant to our training will be commitment and honesty aligned to Christianity’s principles. Gill (1999). Firstly, from my previous papers, it’s crystal clear that I will be promoting honesty throughout the mentorship process. I will also establish rapport and trust by informing Ikechukwu that he should be honest with me. Therefore this will be encouraged by giving Ikechukwu continued feedback related to his achievements. However, when there is a negative deviation based on my assessment, I will not hesitate to inform him. Our sessions’ honesty and trust will allow an open communication process and treat Ikechukwu as a customer and friend. According to the readings of the Bible, we should be ‘our brother’s keeper’ by being truthful to them even when there are harsh circumstances. Eliot (2014). The second principle will be valuing commitment; for the training program’s goals to be achieved, we ought to show dedication and engagement to the subject matter. However, if any of us partially ignores the process, we may end up failing. Therefore my roles will include effective monitoring and assessing Ikechukwu, recording my observations, and relaying feedback. Again, according to Psalms 37: 5, “Commit your way to the Lord; trust in him, and he will act.” References Eliot, T. S. (2014). The idea of a Christian society. HMH. https://books.google.com/books?hl=en&lr=&id=tPruAgAAQBAJ&oi=fnd&pg=PP1&dq=christian+values&ots=MZLNkXOnwp&sig=JyajiktYh8BkEjtNjq-snC1lJgY Gill, R. (1999). Churchgoing and Christian ethics (No. 15). Cambridge University Press. https://books.google.com/books?hl=en&lr=&id=RmOIINVbK20C&oi=fnd&pg=PP1&dq=christian+values&ots=BWtRLIS3Pa&sig=hIBT1Mh8nQTBK3vw693HBpAiQ3g