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Teach What You Know: A Practical Leader’s Guide to Knowledge Transfer Using Peer Mentoring by Steve Trautman

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Chapter 1. Roles in Peer Mentoring

Who is responsible for what?

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Are you a peer mentor? How do you know? If you think you are a peer mentor, how do you know what is expected? What if you’re overdoing it or missing the boat entirely?

Peers helping peers learn how to do their work isn’t a new idea—it’s how nearly everyone learns their job. But how do you, as the peer mentor, the teacher, fulfill this role? Are you actively ensuring that your co-workers learn how to do the work in a specific way; or are you just sitting back, taking questions as they come? Should you monitor quality and give feedback, or just help clean up messes? Are you setting ...

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