||Training workshops can be a valuable rocket
to boost learning and foment personal and organizational change. But
to “sustain flight” and ensure that workshop participants
put into practice what they have learned, they need coaching and mentoring.
Mentoring implies that a knowledgeable, often senior, individual
imparts wisdom to the person being mentored. This approach may be
necessary when there is a significant age or experience gap between
the mentor and the one being mentored.
The coaching model suggests that a “player” is on her
own and knows how they need to perform. A coach helps the player
refine their goals and help remove inner roadblocks they have created
Specific coaching and mentoring topics include.
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- Team building: Creating a positive, can-do team culture
- Improving communication between managers and employees
- Resolving conflicts, working with difficult people problems
- Dealing with difficult people, performance management