What is the distinction between being a coach and a mentor?
Undertaking management coaching or mentoring in the workplace
As with all our highly practical approaches to training, it is important to integrate your learning in the real world. As such you will complete a minimum of 12 hours of formal coaching.
- Explain the rationale for coaching or mentoring for one or more clients and formally agree on a contract with one or more clients
- Developmental needs and agree on goals, in line with organisational, divisional and/or team goals
- Plan and prepare a short coaching or mentoring programme with one or more clients
- Critically review your use of a range of diagnostic coaching and mentoring tools and techniques
- Assess your ability to build relationships and use effective communication techniques of questioning, listening and giving feedback
- Maintain appropriate overview records of goals, discussion and outcomes including progress towards goals
And to deepen your new found skills, to reflect on your coaching/mentoring practice. This involves exploring from a holistically point of view the different patterns and personal learning areas for improvement.
All Fees include
- Cost of training
- 12 months membership to ILM