Organization-Development

 

Coaching & Mentoring

Coaching and mentoring serve as learning tools in the workplace that can lead to empowering your employees. The employees who are coached and mentored often receive the greatest benefit, but the coach or mentor also benefits and may feel a sense of empowerment from the relationship. Understanding the dynamics and outcomes of this type of workplace learning strategy helps you evaluate the need for a coaching program in your small business. A performance coach helps other people improve their proficiency and competence at performing a specific task. Sometimes performance coaching involves passing along knowledge, but that’s only a small part of the activity. As a performance coach, your real goal is to help a person improve the way they perform in a specific area.

A mentor follows a more open and evolving agenda, and deals with a range of issues including career guidance and passing on in-depth knowledge of cultural matters and management.

Use coaching and mentoring to leverage both personal and organizational development.

Read more – Five Benefits of a Workplace Mentoring Program


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