A survey by Manchester Inc. found that coaching provided an average ROI of almost six times the cost. As a knowledge worker in a complex organization, you have an excellent opportunity to provide fellow employees with help in developing and growing their skills and knowledge. It is important to understand that mentoring and coaching are not the same and shouldn’t be conducted in the same way. This webcast will help you see how mentoring helps channel guidance into self-development by providing information, ideas and guidance and letting the mentee find opportunities to test and practice. On the other hand, coaching includes real-time observation and feedback on what was observed. Both coaching and mentoring require a committed relationship to work. Within all organizations, there are many misunderstandings and myths about coaching and mentoring. This webcast will give you the facts and clarity on how to properly execute both.
When you complete this webcast, you will be able to:~Understand the similarity and vast differences between coaching and consulting.~Establish a coaching relationship using the five-step preparation process.~Plan a coaching session.