What’s the difference between coaching, mentoring and self development? 

Coaching aims to unlock a person’s potential to maximise their own performance. It is a structured, one to one, future focused, purposeful conversation. It enables the coachee to find their own answers by working with an impartial, objective, confidential sounding board. (ie the coach)

Mentoring is a process whereby the coach uses their expertise to develop another person’s skills or abilities. A mentor leads, informs and guides by example or through their knowledge.

Developing people through planning and goal setting are established ways of ensuring that individuals move forwards in a structured and purposeful way, acquiring knowledge and experience to enable them to take on different roles, gain promotion or change career.

The coaching and mentoring I offer is a self help programme, helping with general self confidence, professional development, career development and personal development through the acquisition of personal skills.