Schematic illustration of the lifie cycle of motoring cycle. It represents enabling growth (Facilitating Learning).

THE REAL WORK, the heart of the mentoring process, begins here, in the enabling growth phase. Once agreements are made and your work plan is in place, you and your mentee are ready to implement the plan you've developed together. It is time to create a climate that enables your mentee to learn and grow by keeping the learning fresh, your mentee engaged, and the relationship on track.

The work of this phase falls into three broad categories: managing the process, maintaining momentum, and encouraging movement. Daloz's three core conditions for facilitating learning—support, challenge, ...

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