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This page is designed to empower you with resources curated by a diverse group of Employee Learning & Development staff members from across the service to support you in being either a mentor, mentee, or both!
This resource book is for people looking to be a better mentor and to prepare for a mentorship relationship.
Are you interested in finding a mentor to help you in your career? There are many resources available for those interested in mentoring and networking.
In this Harvard Business Review article, Amy Gallo debunks four common myths about mentoring so you can establish a productive mentoring relationship.
This resource provides mentors/mentees with an agreement template. This agreement lays out the goals of a mentoring relationship and establishes boundaries.
In this Forbes article, author, speaker, and founding partner of Proteus, Ericka Anderson, shares 5 core qualities that make great mentors great.
National Park Service (NPS) graduates a class of Facility Manager Leaders Program (FMLP) alumni each year. The first FMLP alumni graduated in 2007.
In this resource, learn four ways you can help your mentee become a better version of who they are.
When becoming a mentor, it is important to understand your role and duties. Check out some ideas from the Facilities Management Leadership Program that can be helpful to any mentor.
Meeting your mentor can be an exciting event. Here are some tips to keep in mind, for both before and during your first meeting.
The Mentorship Pilot Program was created by a team of FLP 2019 grads and is being piloted to the Future Leader class of 2019 cohort.
Award winning curriculum which develops the knowledge and competencies of selected employees through a year-long education and training program; learn how to become a mentor here!
Two of the most important parts of a mentor/mentee relationship is giving and receiving feedback. The Facility Manager Leader Program provides some good advice to keep in mind when doing both.
Use this worksheet to identify what you expect to gain from your mentor relationships; after completing the worksheet, you will be able to communicate more effectively with your mentors.
These two resources provide mentors and mentees with an opportunity to evaluate their relationship.
The Office of Personnel Management training wiki is an excellent resource on formal and informal mentoring programs.
Learn how to ensure that your CLP profile indicates that you are interested in being a mentor or a mentee.
This presentation discusses how successful talent development techniques can help organizations and employees realize their full potential and engagement.
Have you recently secured a mentor and want to know how to make the most out of this powerful relationship? Learn 12 ways you can stay energized throughout this important partnership.