COACHING AND MENTORING TRAINING

Indus Management Consultant Pvt. Ltd. conducts coaching and mentoring training which enables managers to develop better relationships with their team members through continuous and guided education. In the past 20 years, we have witnessed exponential growth in the request of this program and we feel that the leader plays a versatile role which the leader has to play. The days were when the leader’s role was primarily to supervise, to fulfil things, Increase in productivity and remain fair and ethical. Although all these traits are important, with changing demands and demands in the market rapidly, there are other skills that have become equally important. One such skill is coaching and mentoring.

What is coaching & mentoring?

Meditation is handled internally whereas coaches are always from outside the organization. Focusing on achieving organizational goals and coaching focuses on increased productivity through awareness and self-growth.

Coaching vs mentoring

As a manager, it is necessary to improve employee performance on an ongoing basis, and the best way to do this is through coaching and mentoring. Our advice and coaching skills prepare the training manager with the skills needed to be an effective coach and consultant. It provides continuous support that enables participants to gain a deeper understanding of how to increase their emotional intelligence in the workplace and achieve its related benefits. Coaching and Maintaining modules are part of our Leadership Training program, designed to prepare the leader to succeed, Override the challenges that may occur in the future.

We are often asked questions, “What is the difference between coaching and counselling?” In our coaching and mentoring training program, participants have been well involved with giving each one the necessary skills.

 

COACHING

MENTORING

  • Phases of Coaching

·         Phases of Mentoring

·         Preparation

·         The Role & Skills of a Mentor

·         Negotiation

·         Organizational behaviour for a Mentor

·         Enabling

·         Values of Coaching & Mentoring

·         Feedback

·         Delegation & Succession Planning in Mentoring

·         Dealing with Obstacles

·         Building a Mentoring Culture

·         Follow Up

·         Learning from real life examples

Benefits of Coaching

Coaching in a corporate setting can be defined as a process that works through a partnership between the manager and members of the team who needs to be coached, towards achieving exceptional results based on the goals set by the organization.

ILM research shows the benefits of coaching

  • 90% of organisations with over 2,000 employees use business coaching
  • 95% say that coaching has delivered tangible benefits to their business

Benefits of Mentoring

Mentoring again is a process that works, through a partnership between the manager and members of the team who needs to be mentored, towards the holistic development of the individual by becoming the person they want to be. This includes maximizing potential, skills development and performance improvement.

Organizational Benefits of Coaching & Mentoring Training

  1. Improved Organizational Performance:
    Effective Coaching & Mentoring interventions ensure performances of individuals are improved. This in turn directly impacts the performance of organization.
  2. Superior Interpersonal & Inter-departmental Coordination
    through Coaching & Mentoring training sessions employees learn to become interdependent. These interventions develop the maturity to understand the pressures that their colleagues go through and empathize with them.
  3. Increased Ability to Take on Greater Challenges 
    when employee’s skills are developed their potential is enhanced and moves the organization forward. This allows the organization to explore unexplored paths, which in turn creates greater opportunities and heightened business results.
  4. Higher Levels of Staff Retention
    Coaching & Mentoring training interventions ensures that a culture of learning is established within the organization. When individuals experience holistic development, they begin to feel a sense of ownership towards the organization. They start feeling that it is a ‘great place’ to work. Researches show that more than 60% of skills learnt from one-on-one coaching & mentoring interventions in an organization has the highest transfer of knowledge.

With Coaching & Mentoring Training giving such powerful benefits to the organization, it is only natural that more and more organizations are investing on this key leadership skill. Contact Indus Management Consultants Pvt. Ltd. for our programs on coaching & mentoring that ensures leaders are equipped to transform their team performances and drive their organization to greater heights.