This in-depth highly practical programme is for leaders, change agents, educators, current mentors or coaches, and managers, who are interested in expanding their understanding, competence and skills as a coach and mentor in order to develop and support their colleagues in the workplace.
The workshop explores the definition and core skills of both coach and mentor, and draws richly from the experience and expertise participants bring to the session.
In today’s performance driven environment, he or she is expected to hit the ground running whilst effectively managing the workload. In order to succeed, a person often requires the support and direction of an in-house mentor and an objective coach. More and more companies realize the value of this and therefore opt to adopt a mentoring and coaching approach as part of their culture to assist individuals in reaching their full potential.
In a nutshell, mentoring tends to be job-centred and focuses on workplace competence, whilst coaching is person-focused and supports individual growth and career development. Both approaches motivate, lead and inspire people personally and professionally.
This interactive, action learning workshop will develop practical coaching and mentoring skills, which will benefit the individual, the organisation and both the coach and coachee’s own career.