Throughout various stages in your career, you may have found yourself receiving guidance from various individuals as well as guiding others in personal or professional situations.

If you want to be successful and continue to learn and grow both personally and professionally, such development must become an important aspect of your everyday life.

Why is mentoring ideal for this?

In today’s business world, it’s extremely important for organisations to engage employees both intellectually and emotionally. Through mentoring, employees can identify themselves as a vital part of the organisation and create a level of self-awareness and ownership.

  • It helps address human resource challenges such as increasing employee retention, enabling company succession plans, and improving employee productivity.
  • It provides opportunities for individuals to grow and learn in a supportive and friendly environment.
  • It is a partnership between two people in which they can share and develop professional and personal skills and expertise.
    It decreases the mentee’s learning curve by drawing on the experiences of the mentor.

What we do

We work with organisations in the design, development and facilitation of effective bespoke mentoring programmes to support organisational goals and individual development.

Key questions are:

  • What has prompted the start of the programme?
  • Who are the audience?
  • What are the goals, and what does success look like for the participants and the organisation?
  • What type of mentoring relationship – 1:1, groups, project?

For mentoring programmes to work there needs to be effective programme promotion, mentor recruitment and training. It is important to train mentor and mentee on the goals of the programme, participant roles, mentoring best practice and the mentoring process. Equip mentors with skills such as how to manage the relationship, how to determine goals and objectives together with the mentee and how to best make the relationship productive.

We focus on:

  • Understanding the organisational requirements
  • Establishing protocols
  • Devising orientation and training programmes to establish required skill sets.
  • Providing on-going tips and best practice guidance throughout the programme.
  • Reviewing progress and helping participants keep on track.
  • Evaluation