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The key skills and techniques to become a mentor.
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An effective mentor.
Coaching & Mentoring

Coaching is a specialist form of development. It is particularly suited to people who need something outside the scope of formal management development training.

Coaching can also assist organisations with key business goals as it boosts productivity and effectiveness. This is especially important if you have employees taking on new or leadership level roles.

Whether it's 1:1 Coaching support you need or whether you are looking to develop a group of workplace Coaches, we can help you.

Our Coaches are highly skilled and trained to work with our clients, to inspire them to fulfil their personal and professional potential and increase their productivity & effectiveness.

They will work with you and/or your employees, to identify and create clarity around key business goals and establish effective management strategies to ensure goals are met.

Coaching is an ideal way to develop your employees and show them that you value their development.

Ultimately, Coaching enables people to:

·         Increase their self-belief and confidence

·         Move beyond the obstacles that prevent progress

·         Enhance their interpersonal skills

·         Improve their leadership effectiveness

·         Increase their personal and business performance

·         Determine appropriate goals, strategies, tactics and action plans

·         Improve their career prospects

·         Develop their vision and direction

Mentoring Skills Course Overview

The word ‘mentor’ originally comes from Greek mythology. When Odysseus, King of Ithaca, went to fight the Trojan War, he entrusted his son Telemachus to the care and direction of his old and trusted friend, Mentor. It was more than ten years before father and son were reunited.

During the course of history, the word ‘mentor’ became synonymous with trusted advisor, friend, teacher, wise person. The Oxford Dictionary definition of mentor is: “experienced and trusted advisor”.

Mentoring has long been accepted as a way of developing individuals to reach their potential. Formally mentoring was often associated with a senior ‘expert’ person within an organisation adopting a ‘protégé’ to develop their potential and to support their career development.

This course is conducted as if Successors are starting out on the journey to develop a mentor relationship and looks at the skills, knowledge and qualities needed at each stage by each person involved whether the Successor is the mentor, learner, or organiser.

Content includes:

  • What is Mentoring?
  • The Role of a Mentor
  • Who to Use as Mentors
  • The Mentoring Relationship
  • The Four ‘E’ factors
  • The Mentoring Life Cycle
  • The Johari Window
  • Giving and Receiving Feedback
  • Role Conflicts and Dilemmas
  • Working Together
  • A Time for Reflection
  • Saying Goodbye.
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Inspirational Leadership Skills

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