Module 2

Dear Participant,

You have enrolled yourself for self assessment for your "How to Understand the Mentees' Needs". Here are the questions to rate and assess yourself. Results will be made known only to you and our project's assessors, who will keep all your information and results at up most confidential and never share them with third parties.

Thank you for your participation!

The BeEurope Project Team

1. What should you learn more about the mentee, in order to create a strong relationship?:

A) Personal and family history
B) Her favorite book
C) Her favorite food
D) Her favorite music
E) Her dreams



2. Active listening is essential to build strong relationship. What do you have to do for?:

A) Do not take it into account her non-verbal behavior and true emotions
B) You have to criticize her and tell the right way
C) You have to encourage your mentee to say more and show her that you understand
D) It is all right if you are interrupted and deviated from the personal discussion
E) None of the above



3. There are some fundamental types of skills that your mentee should be aware of, such as:

A) Motivation
B) Flexibility
C) Thinking Skills
D) Submission
E) None of the above



4. For discover the existing skills of your mentee, you have to make a list of the activities she has done over the last 5 years and focus on:

A) Her educational dropout and disappointments
B) Her favorite book
C) Stories about her family or friends
D) The activities that she liked the most
E) None of the above



5. You have to induce the desire/motivation towards work to your mentee by:

A) Focus on existing skills and her natural talents
B) Speaking about intercultural differences
C) Things he can not afford
D) Wrong actions in her past
E) None of the above



6. Mentors should be aware of the following things when they try to establish a connection with the mentee:

A) How open-minded is her family regarding this type of relation
B) The educational background she has
C) Her favorite book
D) Her favorite food
E) None of the above



7. Do mentors have to be specialised in courses related to mentoring in order to do their job?:

A) Yes, it’s a must
B) Not really. Mentoring is about creating a human connection without a huge educational baggage
C) No, but she must have a professional background like medic, psiholog, professor
D) Not necessarily but preferable
E) None of the above



8. When having a meeting with the mentee, mentors:

A) Talk about all the personal problems of the mentee and support her no matter of the solutions she finds on her own
B) Talking about neighbors problems
C) Talking about her personal problems (mentoers problems)
D) Give to the mentees solutions for her peoblems
E) None of the above



9. Should mentors keep in touch with the family of the mentee?:

A) No way, is just about the relationship between the mentor and mentee
B) They shoud but is not a must
C) Mentee's family must be presents during the meeting between mentor and mentee
D) The mentee's family does not have to know about the meetings between their relative and mentor
E) None of the above



10. Mentors and mentee should have a relationship based on:

A) A contract
B) Trust, empathy and sympathy
C) Obedience
D) Addiction
E) None of the above



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