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    Intervention, Coaching, and Monitoring

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    Hi, just need your input with these DQ's.

    What do you think are the five most important characteristics of a successful intervention?
    What are the similarities and differences between coaching and mentoring?
    What do you think is the most appropriate for your work setting? Why?

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    Hello and welcome to Brain Mass today! you logged in and asked for help with the following:

    What do you think are the five most important characteristics of a successful intervention?

    This is a very good question! The five most important characteristics of a successful intervention, to me, are as follows:

    Motivation by both the mentor and mentee is needed in order to have a successful intervention. Both parties need to be willing and inspired to work together in order to develop a strategy for learning that will work to produce positive results.

    A system to identify students who are in need of intervention as well as one to monitor the effectiveness of the intervention is also needed in order to see success.

    Staffing the intervention initiative with qualified personnel who are trained to provide high quality and supportive services to the students in the intervention.

    Creating an ...

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    The five most important characteristics of a successful intervention is determined. The similarities and differences between coaching and mentoring is given.

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