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Discover the keys that will unlock the gateway toward successful relationships through the Power of Mentoring. This presentation (or workshop) combines Dr. V’s dissertation research and his real-life experience of being an at-risk youth, once deemed to be dead or in jail by the age of 21, to a Corporate leader who holds a Ph.D. While transformative learning is the expansion of consciousness through which an individual can reflect about their own feelings, beliefs, assumptions and perspective on their purpose, research has proven that it can be achieved through mentorship. Additionally, it allows the mentor to take a step back while practicing the necessity of openness, trust, and effective communication with the mentee. Through the implementation of authenticity and race neutrality, this presentation will leave you empowered and ready to develop a VICTORious mentoring program designed to help your participants thrive into an immersive transformative learning experience.

Key Takeaways


Transformative Learning

The process of reflectively transforming the beliefs, attitudes, opinions, and emotional reactions that constitute our meaning schemes or transforming our meaning perspectives. 


Phases of Mentorship

  • Initiation Phase

  • Cultivation Phase

  • Separation Phase

  • Redefinition Phase


Forms of Mentorships

Mentoring relationships normally transpire in two forms: formal and informal. 


Developments of Mentorship

  • Career Development

  • Psychosocial DevelopmentResearch suggest that mentoring relationships could potentially enhance the mentor and mentee’s career and psychosocial development.


Benefits of Mentorship

  • Mentor

  • Mentee

  • Organization


Types of Mentorship

Today, there are various types of mentoring such as, peer mentoring, group mentoring, cross- ethnic mentoring and e-mentoring.

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A mentor is someone who allows you to see the hope inside yourself. – Oprah Winfrey
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