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The Coaching & Mentoring Toolbox

Mentoring.jpgEncouraging and developing staff to achieve personal and business goals as well as developing leadership and interpersonal skills to enhance work performance is at the heart of the Coaching & Mentoring mindset. 

Coaching and Mentoring, often used interchangeably, are development techniques based on the use of one-to-one discussions.

Coaching targets high performance and improvement at work and usually focuses on specific skills and goals.

Mentoring involves the use of the same models and skills of questioning, listening, clarifying and reframing associated with coaching. Traditionally, however, mentoring in the workplace describes a relationship in which a more experienced colleague uses their greater knowledge and understanding to support the development of a more junior or inexperienced member of staff. 


Key Person Coaching

The key factor to improving individual or team performance and motivation at work is being coached. Without question, coaching makes a difference. With quality coaching, individuals and teams can find clarity, and with clarity, solutions to problems can be found. 

PinT has a formidable team of coaches who have experience in getting the best out of others so that they can achieve their business and development goals. 

Practical. Motivational. Comprehensive. 


Coaching Skills for New Managers

Picture the scene. New Manager in place. Leadership skills needed. Task of managing a key business unit. Oh, and there's a team of ten people to lead.... 

What's the most important skill for this person to acquire and put into practice as soon as possible? 

Simple answer. Coaching. 

We'll provide the framework, the concept & the transfer of skills required to give the New Manager a chance to develop others, gain personal satisfaction and show the boss that the appointment was justified.


Mentoring Programme

How does a company keep critical business experience within its walls? How does a department pass on its specialised know-how to less-experienced employees? 

That's when strategic, long-term thinking becomes key. That's when key senior staff become critical. That's when a Mentoring Programme becomes reality. 

PinT recommends a modular approach to initiating and developing a programme whereby key personnel can pass on essential functional expertise as well as tips and tricks learnt over many years. 

Can your department afford to lose the Knowledge?

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