Transcript – May 15: “Mentoring”

20:30 lrnchat Welcome everyone to #lrnchat! How have you been?
20:30 learningmark RT @lrnchat Welcome everyone to #lrnchat! How have you been?
20:31 Tracy_Parish Just peachy. RT @lrnchat: Welcome everyone to #lrnchat! How have you been?
20:31 Quinnovator once again it’s time for the 60 mins of memestream mayhem that is #lrnchat, duck or join! Welcome to new and returning participants!
20:31 bschlenker RT @Tracy_Parish Is it time for #lrnchat <If not, we’re going to look very silly for the next hour😉
20:31 jmarcielrozzi RT @lrnchat: #lrnchat happens in 1 hour! Tonight’s topic: “Mentoring”. 8:30 pm ET – 5:30 PT
20:31 willconstantine What a busy week it has been for me! Time to unwind with my fellow #lrnchat peeps!
20:31 willconstantine RT @lrnchat: Welcome everyone to #lrnchat! How have you been?
20:32 lodtrain Great to b bak @ #lrnchat topic of mentors and mentees is a key topic for me
20:32 learningmark Howdy, virtual friends and neighbors! It’s time! #lrnchat
20:32 kregerck RT @Quinnovator: once again it’s time for the 60 mins of memestream mayhem that is #lrnchat, duck or join! Welcome to new and returning pa…
20:32 rfs426 Great to be joining from Round Rock ISD, Texas #lrnchat
20:33 learner4eva RT @lrnchat Welcome everyone to #lrnchat! How have you been?
20:33 learningmark RT @rfs426 Great to be joining from Round Rock ISD, Texas — Welcome, Ryan!
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20:33 lrnchat Please introduce yourselves. Your work? Passions? Projects? What are you doing these days? #lrnchat
20:33 learningmark RT @lrnchat Please introduce yourselves. Your work? Passions? Projects? What are you doing these days? #lrnchat
20:33 learner4eva RT @lrnchat Please introduce yourselves. Your work? Passions? Projects? What are you doing these days? #lrnchat
20:33 jmarcielrozzi RT @lrnchat: Welcome everyone to #lrnchat! How have you been?
20:33 MCFraserElvira Happy Friday eve everyone! #lrnchat
20:33 OzLearn Good morning all from sunny Melbourne Australia – looking forward to my first chat in ages! #lrnchat
20:33 theASIDEblog Looking forward to our favorite chat tonight. #lrnchat
20:34 eLearninCyclops Jeff Goldman – elearning Guy in Baltimore. Looking fwd to tonight’s #lrnchat
20:34 Quinnovator Clark Quinn, well mentored L&D revolutionary, author/speaker/consultant, blogger at http://t.co/gy2SgUVano, Walnut Creek CA #lrnchat
20:34 bschlenker Brent Schlenker – Phx, AZ – I still love eLearning after all these years, and having fun doing it! #lrnchat
20:34 learner4eva From the rainy midwest – Implementing an integrated talent management system #lrnchat
20:34 rfs426 Busy planning Summer Learning Conferences for teachers. http://t.co/Yt2DzlYh94 #lrnchat
20:35 Tracy_Parish Happy may 2-4 to the Canucks in the room. #lrnchat < we all know it really starts Thursday #lrnchat
20:35 learningmark Half PhD student in L&P, Half community college instructor in HR. Live from Fayetteville, NC. #lrnchat
20:35 LearnKotch Apologies my error – using wrong twitter account – thats better – good morning all from Sunny Melbourne Australia #lrnchat
20:35 lrnchat Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
20:35 MCFraserElvira Meghan, Orlando, instructional design #lrnchat
20:35 learner4eva RT @lrnchat Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
20:35 lodtrain IT Global Education passionate about tiny courses, tiny videos and mentoring/mentees #lrnchat
20:35 learningmark RT @lrnchat Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
20:35 kregerck Christine Kreger librarian and Professional Development Consultant. Working on my first Articulate Storyline project! #lrnchat
20:35 learner4eva A0) How to recover a lost folder that contained over 10 years worth of work #lrnchat
20:36 Tracy_Parish Learned if you are buying 70 of something sight unseen, plan ahead and buy one first. Pain to return. #lrnchat
20:36 LearnKotch A0) Being an freelance L&Der is liberating and cool! #lrnchat
20:36 HollyJustice1 Sorry to miss #lrnchat tonight due to scheduling conflicts. I’ll look for and re-tweet your brilliant comments later! Have fun!
20:36 JD_Dillon JD from Orlando – checkin’ in briefly to say hi to #lrnchat peeps!
20:36 learningmark A0) Learned that letting lawyers set standards for e-learning can limit quality. #lrnchat
20:36 learner4eva Hi there! RT @JD_Dillon JD from Orlando – checkin’ in briefly to say hi to #lrnchat peeps!
20:36 heikan2003 Hi from Heidi in KS. Trying to figure things out in a new role with a utility. #lrnchat
20:37 kregerck RT @lrnchat: Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
20:37 Tracy_Parish Reminded of the need to sometimes talk out the obvious to showcase the points you are missing #lrnchat
20:37 2be2learn A0). Learned to eval bat weight and drop for fastpitch softball when returning cracked bat, provided eval data to mftr #lrnchat
20:37 LearnKotch Excuse next hour of tweets all – I am part of a massive tweet chat this morning. #lrnchat
20:37 learner4eva Show your work RT @Tracy_Parish Reminded of the need to sometimes talk out the obvious to showcase the points you are missing #lrnchat
20:37 kregerck Q0) Learning that the options are endless when it comes to providing continuing education…but alas money is not. #lrnchat
20:37 heikan2003 Q0) Today I learned that it is not necessary to keep printed articles, evaluations etc from yrs 2003-2012 #lrnchat
20:38 jmarcielrozzi RT @lrnchat: Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
20:38 learningmark RT @heikan2003 Q0) I learned that it is not necessary to keep printed articles, evaluations from yrs 2003-2012 = CURATION #lrnchat
20:38 Quinnovator a0) learned today about the intent, engagement, alignment model for organizational execution #lrnchat
20:38 lodtrain Q0) Learned that laser pointers about to be thrown out at work provide great fun for my pets #lrnchat
20:40 jmarcielrozzi RT @Quinnovator: Clark Quinn, well mentored L&D revolutionary, author/speaker/consultant, blogger athttp://t.co/gy2SgUVano, Walnut Creek C…
20:40 Quinnovator a0) reminded that I don’t mind heat, as long as it’s dry #lrnchat
20:40 willconstantine RT @lrnchat: Please introduce yourselves. Your work? Passions? Projects? What are you doing these days? #lrnchat
20:40 Tracy_Parish Learned how to navigate an Acer Tablet today. Helped a colleague figure out the basics so she could start using it. #lrnchat
20:41 willconstantine RT @lrnchat: Q0) We always begin with this: What did you learn today? If not today, then this week? #lrnchat
20:41 heikan2003 @learningmark Yes Mark, it is part of my plan to get the trng dept automated and knowledge mngt stored #lrnchat
20:41 lrnchat Q1) What benefits from mentoring have you seen? #lrnchat
20:41 learningmark RT @lrnchat Q1) What benefits from mentoring have you seen? #lrnchat
20:41 learner4eva RT @lrnchat Q1) What benefits from mentoring have you seen? #lrnchat
20:41 eLearninCyclops RT @lrnchat Q1) What benefits from mentoring have you seen? #lrnchat
20:41 Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q1) What benefits from mentoring have you seen? #lrnchat
20:42 KCASTD RT @lrnchat: Q1) What benefits from mentoring have you seen? #lrnchat
20:42 heikan2003 RT @lrnchat: Q1) What benefits from mentoring have you seen? #lrnchat
20:42 learner4eva A1) Knowledge retention, innovation, relationship building, leadership skills, growth, employee engagement, etc. #lrnchat
20:42 learningmark a1) transfer of wisdom #lrnchat
20:42 Tracy_Parish Q1) I’ve seen numerous career advancements come from mentoring relationships. Coaxing those to stretch/expand their potential. #lrnchat
20:42 lodtrain Q1) When interviewing for job, mentor guided me to send a pre-read on accomplishments – truly helped – I paid it forward too #lrnchat
20:42 willconstantine Q0) I learned that there is more out there for me than I think, also I realized how much I missed Lady Gaga’s shows #lrnchat
20:42 eLearninCyclops Q1) Opportunity to learn from others’ mistakes – at least be warned of them #lrnchat
20:42 willconstantine RT @lrnchat: Q1) What benefits from mentoring have you seen? #lrnchat
20:42 heikan2003 Q1) For me personally, it helped me make life/work balance decisions based on the honesty of a mentor #lrnchat
20:42 lodtrain RT @learner4eva: A1) Knowledge retention, innovation, relationship building, leadership skills, growth, employee engagement, etc. #lrnchat
20:42 kregerck RT @lrnchat: Q1) What benefits from mentoring have you seen? #lrnchat
20:42 2be2learn A1 career growth, job satisfaction and personal development from #mentoring #lrnchat
20:43 learner4eva A1) Expanded training departments, more hands on deck, working out loud, feedback, listening skills #lrnchat
20:43 eLearninCyclops Q1) Encouragement when needed #lrnchat
20:43 Quinnovator a1) in many ways, I am who I am because of mentoring; critical thinking, compassion, diligence, … #lrnchat
20:43 MCFraserElvira A1) Confidence, higher interpersonal skill-set, more savvy critical thinking #lrnchat
20:43 jmarrapodi Hi #lrnchat from intermission at @BostonBallet #missyou
20:43 _Kavi Am late. But jumping straight in. #lrnchat
20:43 learningmark RT @jmarrapodi Hi #lrnchat from intermission at @BostonBallet #missyou — Hi, Jean!
20:43 _Kavi RT @lrnchat: Q1) What benefits from mentoring have you seen? #lrnchat
20:43 2be2learn @learningmark oh you are the wise guy tonight? #lrnchat
20:43 LearnKotch Mentoring assisted in seeing the real me ! #lrnchat
20:44 learningmark RT @_Kavi Am late. But jumping straight in. — Welcome back, Kavi! #lrnchat
20:44 willconstantine Q1) I have seen the effect it’s had on me as a millennial and I value it tremendously #lrnchat
20:44 Quinnovator a1) modeling of behavior to be emulated, feedback to improve, context to add perspective #lrnchat
20:44 learner4eva A1) Celebrations of success #lrnchat
20:44 lodtrain Q1) Mentors provide perspective and knowledge and support and starting points … #lrnchat
20:44 lodtrain RT @eLearninCyclops: Q1) Encouragement when needed #lrnchat
20:44 eLearninCyclops Q1) How to cut thru the politics/BS at work #lrnchat
20:44 kregerck Q1) Mentor is like a guide. Can share experiences, mistakes, help with issues, and help increase your network. #lrnchat
20:44 _Kavi Mentoring shapes thoughts. Mentoring shapes a persons outlook and hence a trigger to several aspects #lrnchat
20:44 learner4eva A1) Roadmap of the unspoken rules and culture #lrnchat
20:44 lodtrain RT @Quinnovator: a1) in many ways, I am who I am because of mentoring; critical thinking, compassion, diligence, … #lrnchat
20:44 LearnKotch RT @learner4eva A1) Celebrations of success > and celebration of failures ! #lrnchat
20:45 _Kavi RT @learner4eva: A1) Roadmap of the unspoken rules and culture #lrnchat
20:45 Quinnovator RT @learner4eva: A1) Roadmap of the unspoken rules and culture #lrnchat
20:45 ervin_courtney A1: Since I just completed student teaching, I have to say My coop T helped me buld my confidence in the classroom. #lrnchat
20:45 kregerck RT @eLearninCyclops: Q1) How to cut thru the politics/BS at work #lrnchat
20:45 theASIDEblog Mentoring builds confidence. #lrnchat
20:45 Tracy_Parish Sorry folks, a quick pit stop for me tonight. I must retire from #lrnchat early. Happy chatting.
20:45 lodtrain RT @kregerck: Q1) Mentor is like a guide. Can share experiences, mistakes, help with issues, and help increase your network. #lrnchat
20:45 2be2learn @willconstantine how can #millennials reverse mentor others? #lrnchat
20:45 MCFraserElvira Networking! Yes! RT @kregerck: Q1) Mentor is like a guide. Can share exp, mistakes, help w issues, and help increase your network. #lrnchat
20:45 willconstantine @LearnKotch @learner4eva very true! #lrnchat
20:45 _Kavi @learningmark Indeed. happy to jump in. Great to see you again #lrnchat
20:45 heikan2003 RT @learner4eva: A1) Roadmap of the unspoken rules and culture #lrnchat Oh yeah, the unspoken!
20:46 learningdojo Mentoring affects both the mentor and the mentee #lrnchat
20:46 kregerck Q1) A mentor can help you navigate the culture of an organization. #lrnchat
20:46 StephenCHudson 1) Mentoring improves upskilling speed and safe place for asking questions w/o judgement and network expansion. #lrnchat
20:46 lodtrain Q1) Mentors have taught me how to mentor, what they share/teach I try to do the same #lrnchat
20:46 learner4eva RT @StephenCHudson 1) Mentoring improves upskilling speed and safe place for asking questions w/o judgement and network expansion. #lrnchat
20:46 _Kavi Great mentors let you be yet shape outlook over the long run. #lrnchat
20:46 lodtrain RT @StephenCHudson: 1) Mentoring improves upskilling speed and safe place for asking questions w/o judgement and network expansion. #lrnchat
20:46 jmarcielrozzi #lrnchat Q1 confidence, critical thinking, expert resource in my field, encouragement, contacts
20:46 _Kavi They do that well! RT @lodtrain: Q1) Mentors have taught me how to mentor, what they share/teach I try to do the same #lrnchat
20:47 theASIDEblog Mentoring helps others ask questions, make changes, and grow. #lrnchat
20:47 Quinnovator a1) mentoring is a reflective opportunity, to step back from practice and be supported in evaluation #lrnchat
20:47 _Kavi RT @jmarcielrozzi: #lrnchat Q1 confidence, critical thinking, expert resource in my field, encouragement, contacts
20:47 lrnchat Q2) When does mentoring make sense (and when not)? #lrnchat
20:47 _Kavi RT @Quinnovator: a1) mentoring is a reflective opportunity, to step back from practice and be supported in evaluation #lrnchat
20:47 learner4eva RT @lrnchat Q2) When does mentoring make sense (and when not)? #lrnchat
20:47 _Kavi RT @lrnchat: Q2) When does mentoring make sense (and when not)? #lrnchat
20:47 willconstantine @2be2learn well definitely in the social media space, but I must say those in this #lrnchat who are not Millennials are doing quite well🙂
20:47 eLearninCyclops Q1) They can put u in the right direction for next step in educ and career #lrnchat
20:47 Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q2) When does mentoring make sense (and when not)? #lrnchat
20:47 eLearninCyclops RT @Quinnovator RT @lrnchat: Q2) When does mentoring make sense (and when not)? #lrnchat
20:47 SueSchnorr Hi #lrnchat friends… it’s been a long time…
20:47 kregerck RT @Quinnovator: a1) in many ways, I am who I am because of mentoring; critical thinking, compassion, diligence, … #lrnchat
20:47 heikan2003 Q1) Mentors can help you keep perspective or give you perspective you lack. #lrnchat
20:48 eLearninCyclops Q2) Doesn’t work when forced or not long term #lrnchat
20:48 kregerck RT @lrnchat: Q2) When does mentoring make sense (and when not)? #lrnchat
20:48 willconstantine @MCFraserElvira @kregerck which can lead to other mentoring opportunities! #lrnchat
20:48 _Kavi 2) Works like a charm during transitions of any kind #lrnchat
20:48 heikan2003 RT @eLearninCyclops: Q1) They can put u in the right direction for next step in educ and career #lrnchat
20:48 LearnKotch A2) Mentoring makes sense in an ongoing business focused realtionship #lrnchat
20:48 learner4eva A2) Makes sense when the student is present (mentor and menthe); does not make sense when the student is not present. Desire is key #lrnchat
20:48 KCASTD RT @lrnchat: Q2) When does mentoring make sense (and when not)? #lrnchat
20:48 heikan2003 RT @lrnchat: Q2) When does mentoring make sense (and when not)? #lrnchat
20:48 willconstantine RT @lrnchat: Q2) When does mentoring make sense (and when not)? #lrnchat
20:48 Quinnovator a2) mentoring makes sense most all the time, in big picture! However, not micro-mentoring about the small stuff (that’s coaching) #lrnchat
20:48 eLearninCyclops Q2) When it is coaching not montoring #lrnchat
20:48 learningdojo Forced mentoring isn’t effective #lrnchat
20:48 eLearninCyclops Q2) When it is coaching not mentoring #lrnchat
20:48 MCFraserElvira A2) Mentoring helps navigate people and politics, you can’t get that in a classroom #lrnchat
20:49 lodtrain Q2) Mentoring makes sense when you are open to be mentored, and when you need to navigate through your corp culture #lrnchat
20:49 2be2learn A2 both mentors and mentored must be willing to communicate & find common ground for trust #lrnchat
20:49 LearnKotch RT @eLearninCyclops Q2) When it is coaching not montoring > lots of confusion re when is it coaching and when mentoring #lrnchat
20:49 willconstantine Q2) good when you have someone that has a ton of knowledge that isn’t shared and is vital to the organization #lrnchat
20:49 swallner At track meet lurking the interesting #lrnchat while I wait for the next event.
20:49 lodtrain RT @LearnKotch: A2) Mentoring makes sense in an ongoing business focused realtionship #lrnchat
20:49 Quinnovator a2) mentoring can’t flourish in an atmosphere where sharing isn’t safe, diversity isn’t tolerated, and failure is punished #lrnchat
20:49 _Kavi Q2) Mentoring works superlative when there is no ‘felt need’ as well. “A series of reflective conversation’ if you will! #lrnchat
20:49 Quinnovator RT @2be2learn: A2 both mentors and mentored must be willing to communicate & find common ground for trust #lrnchat
20:49 learningmark a2) high-value new employee needs to integrate into your culture #lrnchat
20:49 lodtrain RT @learningdojo: Forced mentoring isn’t effective #lrnchat
20:49 willconstantine @SueSchnorr welcome back! #lrnchat
20:49 LearnKotch RT @lodtrain: Q2) Mentoring makes sense when you are open to be mentored, and when you need to navigate through your corp culture #lrnchat
20:50 StudentsLuvTech RT @Quinnovator: a2) mentoring can’t flourish in an atmosphere where sharing isn’t safe, diversity isn’t tolerated, and failure is punished…
20:50 heikan2003 Q2) It works when you know & admire the person you ask to mentor you & does not when thrown together. #lrnchat
20:50 _Kavi Q2) Mentoring doesnt take off when there isnt implicit trust #lrnchat
20:50 learner4eva A2) When you need to capture knowledge #lrnchat
20:50 LearnKotch RT @lodtrain RT @learningdojo: Forced mentoring isn’t effective > so true and see it all the time ! #lrnchat
20:50 Quinnovator RT @eLearninCyclops: Q2) When it is coaching not mentoring #lrnchat
20:50 kregerck Q2) Mentoring is not management. Not day to day. #lrnchat
20:50 SueSchnorr RT @MCFraserElvira: A2) Mentoring helps navigate people and politics, you can’t get that in a classroom #lrnchat
20:50 _Kavi RT @kregerck: Q2) Mentoring is not management. Not day to day. #lrnchat
20:50 MCFraserElvira A1) There has to be commonality, trust, and respect between mentor and person being mentored. TRUST! #lrnchat
20:50 ervin_courtney A2: Mentoring makes since for new Ts & Ts reluctant to try new things like tech tools. #lrnchat
20:50 jmarcielrozzi RT @lrnchat: Q2) When does mentoring make sense (and when not)? #lrnchat
20:50 learningmark a2) passing deep tacit knowledge to rising talent. Cultural succession. #lrnchat
20:50 kregerck RT @Quinnovator: a2) mentoring can’t flourish in an atmosphere where sharing isn’t safe, diversity isn’t tolerated, and failure is punished…
20:50 willconstantine @KCASTD @lrnchat great @astd chapter participating in #lrnchat!
20:50 lodtrain RT @Quinnovator: RT @eLearninCyclops: Q2) When it is coaching not mentoring #lrnchat
20:50 _Kavi Well said! RT @heikan2003: Q2) It works when you know & admire the person you ask to mentor you & does not when thrown together. #lrnchat
20:51 artofcoaching1 RT @Gabriella_Rowe: Art as catharsis: how both students & educators can rejuvenate after testing by @artofcoaching1http://t.co/9weEHd9Zo9 …
20:51 learner4eva A2) When a clear objective of the relationship and outcomes are set. #lrnchat
20:51 LearnKotch Mentoring is not coaching, not management, not leadership – Mentoring is… #lrnchat
20:51 willconstantine @Quinnovator agreed #lrnchat
20:51 lodtrain RT @_Kavi: Well said! RT @heikan2003: Q2) It works when you know & admire the person you ask to mentor you & does not when thrown together.…
20:51 Holly_Harkness A2) When the person being mentored is open to advice, guidance. #lrnchat
20:51 StephenCHudson 2) Mentoring makes sense when both interested & ongoing relationship is beneficial. Not just a 1 off, ask googleable ? thing #lrnchat
20:51 _Kavi 2) The choice to get into the ‘mentoring relationship is best left with the one who seeks to be mentored. The other way flops #lrnchat
20:51 eLearninCyclops Q2) Mentors raise the bar #lrnchat
20:52 Quinnovator a2) mentoring doesn’t make sense when there’s not reciprocal trust and respect #lrnchat
20:52 _Kavi RT @Quinnovator: a2) mentoring doesn’t make sense when there’s not reciprocal trust and respect #lrnchat
20:52 eLearninCyclops RT @Quinnovator a2) mentoring doesn’t make sense when there’s not reciprocal trust and respect #lrnchat
20:52 SueSchnorr RT @Quinnovator: a2) mentoring can’t flourish in an atmosphere where sharing isn’t safe, diversity isn’t tolerated, and failure is punished…
20:52 willconstantine @2be2learn any relationship is based on trust. Open communication is another. #lrnchat
20:52 kregerck Q2) mentoring makes sense when it is a 2 way street. Both parties need to be open to learn. An ongoing dialogue. #lrnchat
20:52 willconstantine @swallner great way to spend the time I’d say! #lrnchat
20:52 _Kavi RT @kregerck: Q2) mentoring makes sense when it is a 2 way street. Both parties need to be open to learn. An ongoing dialogue. #lrnchat
20:53 kregerck RT @MCFraserElvira: A1) There has to be commonality, trust, and respect between mentor and person being mentored. TRUST! #lrnchat
20:53 _Kavi @kregerck I love when you say ‘both parties’. It is important that way. #lrnchat
20:53 theASIDEblog Coaching is task oriented; mentoring is more of a relationship. #lrnchat
20:53 JustStormy RT @lrnchat: Q2) When does mentoring make sense (and when not)? #lrnchat
20:53 willconstantine @learningmark perfect opportunity. Promotes retention also. #lrnchat
20:53 LearnKotch RT @theASIDEblog Coaching is task oriented; mentoring is more of a relationship. #lrnchat
20:53 Quinnovator RT @theASIDEblog: Coaching is task oriented; mentoring is more of a relationship. #lrnchat
20:53 learner4eva RT @theASIDEblog Coaching is task oriented; mentoring is more of a relationship. #lrnchat
20:53 breecouch_ A2) a mentoring relationship makes sense when it’s authentic, occurs organically, and travels both directions. #lrnchat
20:53 jmarcielrozzi #lrnchat Q2) Doesn’t work when forced. Both have to be invested and find benefit in participating
20:53 willconstantine @kregerck not just a transaction! #lrnchat
20:53 learningmark RT @learner4eva A2) clear objective of relationship and outcomes are set. = Mentoring contract? Like learning contract? #lrnchat
20:54 heikan2003 Q2) Mentoring works when the Mentor chooses someone they see great potential in and are vested in. #lrnchat
20:54 Quinnovator RT @kregerck: Q2) mentoring makes sense when it is a 2 way street. Both parties need to be open to learn. An ongoing dialogue. #lrnchat
20:54 Holly_Harkness @heikan2003 Agree! My best mentor was a manager I admired greatly. I didn’t know I was being mentored, but I was. #lrnchat
20:54 eLearninCyclops RT @heikan2003 Q2) Mentoring works when the Mentor chooses someone they see great potential in and are vested in. #lrnchat
20:54 _Kavi Q2) mentoring flourishes with chemistry. A relationship. Not in a process / skill / task mode #lrnchat
20:54 Quinnovator RT @breecouch_: A2) a mentoring relationship makes sense when it’s authentic, occurs organically, and travels both directions. #lrnchat
20:54 JustStormy q2) Mentoring is a choice and must be a commitment between two parties…#lrnchat
20:54 theASIDEblog Where does teaching fall in the coaching/mentoring discussion? #lrnchat
20:54 MCFraserElvira A2) it’s doesn’t make sense for lacking technical skills – how to send a mtg invite in outlook, how to set up the printer settings #lrnchat
20:54 heikan2003 RT @_Kavi: @kregerck I love when you say ‘both parties’. It is important that way. #lrnchat agreed
20:54 learner4eva @learningmark Yes! #lrnchat
20:54 kregerck RT @_Kavi: Q2) mentoring flourishes with chemistry. A relationship. Not in a process / skill / task mode #lrnchat
20:55 willconstantine @theASIDEblog both have relationships but the outcome of each ID different. Mentoring is a long term I think. #lrnchat
20:55 lodtrain Q2) Having multiple mentors works too, with specialities you want to learn and grow from… #lrnchat
20:55 learningmark a2) mentor offers relationship, or mentee seeks it, or matchmaker brings together two who haven’t met. #lrnchat
20:55 heikan2003 @Holly_Harkness I love that! I hope I am a “sneaky mentor” #lrnchat
20:55 MCFraserElvira RT @_Kavi: Q2) mentoring flourishes with chemistry. A relationship. Not in a process / skill / task mode #lrnchat
20:55 Quinnovator a2) can ‘stealth mentor’: read tweets to see what they track, read blogs to see their reflections, and they don’t know! #lrnchat
20:55 _Kavi @eLearninCyclops @heikan2003 I have seen it work better when the MENTOR is the chosen one!🙂 #lrnchat
20:55 jmarcielrozzi RT @MCFraserElvira: A2) it’s doesn’t make sense for lacking technical sk