In mentoring programs, newcomers are
usually paired with more experienced people or
mentors in this case to guide and advise them
throughout their advancement.
Toastmaster, a nonprofit organisation is no
stranger to this system, too.
In fact, this system lays an unshakeable
foundation for the growth of this international
Instead of letting newcomers squirm over the
blunders made after giving a speech,
the appointed mentors will shower them with
constructive advices and encouragement
for achieving self-improvement.
Basically, this is how the mentoring system
works in Toastmaster.
Whether the system is fully utilised, it depends
heavily on the respective individual.
Some consciously realise the existence of this
system, yet, somehow, subconsciously, they
are unwilling to fully subscribe to the
system for certain reasons.
In some cases, the system works so well that
the ordinary mentorship updates to the
unexpected friendship. (Isn't that great?)
In conducting a mentoring session, some
prefer the old, proven ways while some opt
for novelties to inject bits of freshness.
Either way, they share the common objective,
that is to attain self - improvement for the
mentees themselves and ultimately the growth
of the organisation.
Whatever your mentoring experience is, come
and join us.
Share it with us if you want and see how
others' can serve as an eye-opener to us.
Event : Unforgettable Mentor
Date : 21.03.2012 (Wednesday)
Time : 08.00pm – 10.00pm
Venue : Gurney Hotel (Second floor)
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