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Detail process ofcoaching and mentoringBYSAVITA PATIL
What is coaching?• Coaching, is a teaching, training or developmentprocess in which an individual gets supportwhile learni...
What is Mentoring?• Mentoring is..."off-line help by one person to another inmaking significant transitions inknowledge, w...
Why Coaching and Mentoring isImportant?• The importance of coaching and mentoringextends broadly from the coach / mentor t...
Benefits to the Learner Increases self-confidence and self-esteem Promotes professional career growth Enhances skills ...
Benefits to the Organization Higher employee retention Competitive advantage with more skilled and wellperforming employ...
Coaching as a Process• The four major steps in the process ofcoaching are:1. Observation2. Discussion3. Active Coaching4. ...
Mentoring Process• For a successful mentoringrelationship, a four-step process may beused as guide:1. Building the relatio...
Differences between mentoringand coaching• Mentoring• Ongoing relationship that canlast for a long period of time• Can be ...
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Detail process of coaching and mentoring

  1. 1. Detail process ofcoaching and mentoringBYSAVITA PATIL
  2. 2. What is coaching?• Coaching, is a teaching, training or developmentprocess in which an individual gets supportwhile learning to achieve a specific personal orprofessional result or goal.Or• Coaching is…"a process that enables learning and developmentto occur and thus performance to improve.Or• It is providing of performance advice and thefacilitation of performance improvement ortransformation
  3. 3. What is Mentoring?• Mentoring is..."off-line help by one person to another inmaking significant transitions inknowledge, work or thinking“Or• Mentoring is a powerful process and aneffective approach in helping individuals indeveloping their careers. Mentoring is apartnership between the mentor and thementee who share similar experiences or whoare in the same field of work.
  4. 4. Why Coaching and Mentoring isImportant?• The importance of coaching and mentoringextends broadly from the coach / mentor to thelearner and the organization as a whole.Benefits to the Coach or Mentor Increased job satisfaction Further enhancement of their own skill level Advantage of their own professional development Enhanced skill in problem analysis and strategic thinking Develops self-esteem
  5. 5. Benefits to the Learner Increases self-confidence and self-esteem Promotes professional career growth Enhances skills Identifies weak areas and turns them into potentialsuccesses Develops good relationship with the supervisor Enhances problem analysis Reduces the feeling of low self-worth andfrustration Provides an opportunity to think about a betterwork role and career Gives a focused attention in the aspect of traininganddevelopment
  6. 6. Benefits to the Organization Higher employee retention Competitive advantage with more skilled and wellperforming employees Increased skill set and knowledge levels of thepeople Greater chances of attaining goals Succession planning Full utilization of human resources Enhancement of communication within theorganization Strengthening of company culture and ethics
  7. 7. Coaching as a Process• The four major steps in the process ofcoaching are:1. Observation2. Discussion3. Active Coaching4. Follow-up
  8. 8. Mentoring Process• For a successful mentoringrelationship, a four-step process may beused as guide:1. Building the relationship2. Negotiating agreements3. Developing the mentee4. Ending the relationship
  9. 9. Differences between mentoringand coaching• Mentoring• Ongoing relationship that canlast for a long period of time• Can be more informal andmeetings can take place as andwhen the mentee needs someadvice, guidance or support• More long-term and takes abroader view of the person• Mentor is usually moreexperienced and qualified thanthe ‘mentee’. Often a seniorperson in the organization whocan pass onknowledge, experience andopen doors to otherwise out-of-reach opportunities• Focus is on career andpersonal development• Coaching• Relationship generally has aset duration• Generally more structured innature and meetings arescheduled on a regular basis• Short-term (sometimes time-bounded) and focused onspecific developmentareas/issues• Coaching is generally notperformed on the basis thatthe coach needs to have directexperience of their client’sformal occupationalrole, unless the coaching isspecific and skills-focused• Focus is generally ondevelopment/issues at work
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