Coaching and Mentoring Techniques


Coaching is supporting individuals or teams on their development journey to become what we need them to be for themselves and for the business Whether it be Personal, Executive, Business or Group Coaching the objective is to focus on future potential and how it can be achieved
Top class coaching has a reputation for being one of the most effective ways of engendering behavioral change, but what makes great coaching?


Coaching and Mentoring Techniques

Coaching and Mentoring Techniques are processes that enable both the individual and the business to achieve their full potential by supporting and developing your supervisory management team and giving then the skills they require to mentor their own teams.

At one time Coaching and Mentoring Techniques where seen as a tool for senior managers and company directors, now it is available to all as a professional or personal development tool.

Coaching and mentoring are also closely linked with organisational change initiatives in order to help staff to accept and adapt to changes in a manner consistent with their personal values and goals.

Coaching and Mentoring Techniques, both of which focus on the individual, is proven in improving morale, motivation and productivity, reduce staff turnover and absenteeism, as individuals feel more valued, connected and involved with both organisational change be it small or large.

Coaching and Mentoring Techniques programmes prove to be popular amongst employees as they achieve a balance between fulfilling business goals and objectives whilst taking into account the personal needs which are often seen as secondary. This becomes a two-way relationship with both the business and the employee gaining significant benefits.

This Coaching and Mentoring Techniques Programme includes

  • Coaching – What is coaching and where does it fit in to the daily activities?
  • Mentoring – Mentoring is different to Coaching, understanding the difference is critical to its success
  • Maslow – Hierarchy of Needs, what gets people going how do we motivate the de-motivated
  • Belbin – Team Roles, What makes a team an effective team

Pulling all this together will give your management team the skills to get the very best from their teams coaching and mentoring may share many similarities so it makes sense to outline the common things coaches and mentors do whether the services are offered in a paid or unpaid role.

To be successful, SMART tools must be applied in a stable environment and that stability can only be achieved when you implement the basic SMART tools first.


The team from Smartworxs will help you with the deployment of these SMART tools and be there with you to help and guide you through the implementation.

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