LEADERSHIP AND MENTORING
NAME: ALEXANDER AU TIAN ERN
STUDENT ID: L1315896
The aim of the module Leadership and Mentoring is to develop a student’s knowledge and understanding about leadership and preparation to undertake the role of mentor. This is because leading others and acting as a mentor provides insightful ways of developing self and others. Contemporary methods of leadership married with mentoring provide an opportunity for the student to explore both leadership and mentoring in a variety of contexts and purposes. A person who except the role of mentor may have to adopt or use many different skills depending on the needs of the learner. The mentor is likely to develop a leader-follower relationship and may carry out a wide range of directing and helping strategies to facilitate successful learning. This module will put mentoring into a learning environment and prepare the student to take on the role of mentor.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
|No. |Contents |Page No. |
|1. |Introduction |1 |
|2. |Definitions of leadership and mentoring |1-3 |
|3. |Levels of leadership |3-5 |
|4. |Leadership models |5-7 |
|5. |Mentoring models |7-8 |
|6. |Skills or competences needed in leadership and mentoring |8-10 |
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