Module 4 is focused on Digital Tools for mentoring and discusses how a variety of means can be incorporated to achieve the best possible outcomes for forging a quality mentor-mentee relationship using digital tools for communication.
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Reverse mentoring has the same characteristics as mentoring.
E-mentoring enables access to a wider supply of mentors.
E-mentoring is not recommended for professional purposes, but only for personal issues.
The term reverse mentoring was popularised by Jack Welch in the late 2000s when he challenged General Electric executives to pair up with younger mentors to help them understand and exploit the internet, which was then a new technology.
In reverse mentoring asking questions should be avoided. The mentees should follow exactly the suggestions of the mentors without expressing their point of view.
Dialup is an application that connects people, through phone calls, with various common interests (such as arts, books, cinema, emotional support, and other specific topics).
Reverse mentoring occurs when a more experienced person in a particular area, guides and supports the personal and professional development of a less experienced person in the aforementioned area-topic.
One of the benefits of e-mentoring is the opportunity to communicate in a variety of ways, allowing people to create stronger bonds with each other.
Kahoot is a website where you can play games with other people.
It is best to keep e-mentoring with employees within the same company.