Mentoring, Motivating, Managing

September 17, 2015

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Make a connection.

Listen, encourage, ask, challenge

Advise, guide, provide feedback, assist

Ask for suggestions/input.

Treat each person as an individual.

Valued
Important

"Know-it-alls" -- Are they just feeling insecure?

Ask them to help others with problems.
Give them leadership opportunities.
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What motivates you?

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How do you manage it all?

What are your organizational strategies?

How can you help your freshmen become organized?

Can you see things through "their" eyes?

Ask for help.

Conflict can be an opportunity.

Potential for growth--teaching and learning opportunities
Turning the other cheek, compromise, forgiveness, compassion, empathy, finding common ground, being an active listener, service above self, and numerous other approaches will always allow one to be successful in building rapport if the underlying desire is strong enough.

http://www.forbes.com/sites/mikemyatt/2012/02/22/5-keys-to-dealing-with-workplace-conflict/

Practice the 10-minute rule.

Next time...

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