Coaching and Mentoring: Learning to Improve

  • 13m
  • LID Editorial
  • LID Publishing
  • 2015

Mentoring has much in common with coaching: both are about supporting an individual to overcome problems, achieve success and realise their full potential. Coaching emphasises the development of a technique or skill by someone already skilled, whereas mentoring involves offering guidance and support to increase the understanding and effectiveness of another person. Both are leadership skills and are important when delegating and for a broad range of other management situations, including team-building, developing people, and managing change.

In this Book

  • Coaching and Mentoring—Learning to Improve
  • Overview
  • Benefits of Coaching and Mentoring