Assignment Coaching and Mentoring

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COACHING AND MENTORING1
Table of ContentIntroduction......................................................................................................................................3Task 1...............................................................................................................................................32. Principles of Mentoring and coaching.........................................................................................33. Reasons why coaching and mentoring can help individuals, teams, and organisations..............44. Discussion on the benefits of coaching and mentoring for individuals.......................................45. Comparison of the processes of coaching and mentoring...........................................................46. Tools used for monitoring coaching and mentoring....................................................................57. Importance of communication skills in coaching and mentoring................................................58. When and how coaching and mentoring processes finish...........................................................69. How to measure success in mentoring or coaching contracts.....................................................6Task 2:.............................................................................................................................................6An initial engagement......................................................................................................................6Timetable.........................................................................................................................................7Two-way feedback form..................................................................................................................7Evaluation and self-reflection..........................................................................................................7Reference list...................................................................................................................................92
IntroductionMentoring and coaching both can be in an effective form of the positive support for thedevelopment in any of the phase as well as provides the framework, which can therefore be verymuch helpful in order to build the level of the confidence in the work.Furthermore, it is a collaborative, dynamic, reciprocal relationship and mainly concentrates onthe personal and professional development of the mentee or the coachee. This presentationconcentrates on the, mentoring and the coaching from the viewpoint of the participants. Themain aim of the presentation of the coaching and mentoring is mostly very much useful. It looksforward as well as expect from a better coach and mentee as well as it helps in the process of theeach part of the coaching and mentoring. This presentation will also guide to some of thesupportive resources.Task 11. Define mentoring and coachingCoaching therefore is a process of the development in which a person which is referred as coachas well as who supports a learner or client in receiving a special professional goals by givingguidance and training. The learner is sometimes known as the coachee. Sometimes, coachingmay be an indirect relationships which is between two peoples of whom own of them is expertiseand more experience more than others as well as guidance and offers are also provided. On theother side Mentoring is a basic relationship in which more knowledgeable person as well as moreexperiences are involved. It is a development and learning partnership between an individual ishaving the vast experience as well as an individual whoever wants to learn. Mentoring mainlyimpacts the value of psychosocial supports, role modeling as well as communication and rolemodeling, which take place guiding the relationships in which the mentors are therefore engaged.2. Principles of Mentoring and coachingSome successful managers capture some of the key principles when exhibiting as well asdeveloping the key competencies including the leadership, building as well as management ofthe performance. There are few principles which has been proven as well as been successful overmany of the years and can be divided into three important parts. There are few theories related tothe coaching and mentoring such as Mcgregor theory which many of the motivation of theleadership which needs to investigate the basic needs of all the particular individuals of theorganisations. Second theory is Frederick theory, which gives important to the motivation of theemployees who work for the organisation, which depends on the honesty of the work.1. Relate to the environment1.1 Both the parties are ultimately equal3
The coachee and mentee needs to work together in being a partnership as equals. It is not themajor role in order to pass the judgment as well the events to give the expanded way for thefuture.Mentee‘s primary role is to judge coachee thinking so that they utilise their own talent and skillto know how to conduct a performance.1.2 The relationship relies on truth, trust as well as opennessThe discussions as well as the dialogue that mentee has with their coachee needs to be honestand open. As being a coach, it is required to share the opinion of every individual.1.3 Coaching needs to address the whole personExperience and time have an effective have been proven that whenever the coachee has some ofthe issues on somewhere else that affect ability and the attitude to perform at job.3. Reasons why coaching and mentoring can help individuals, teams, and organisationsCoaching and mentoring are mainly utilized for the professional development, in order toidentify a developing change in the individuals as well as to maintain the knowledge, which istransferred by to coach to the mentee.For the CoachThe coach is JudgmentalAs being a coach, the major role is to be a beginner for a change. The achievement of the coachis done by questioning to work on his or her own solution.Commitment to the present ongoing supportThe major challenge as being a coach is to maintain the sudden behaviors even when theprogress is slow. They mainly focus on the way the mentee performing in order to help them tobuild up their approaches.4. Discussion on the benefits of coaching and mentoring for individualsThe main and supportive benefits for an individual depend on:Skills and greater self-awareness to communicate with the people who don't like them.The suitcase becomes heavier as well as capable of dealing with heavy challenges.The benefits of the organisation are:Commitment of the Tangible evidence is to maintain the personal development.Improve the retention of the staff as well as creation of ‘a large place to work culture.Develop the levels of the skills for the organisations.5. Comparison of the processes of coaching and mentoringCoaching and mentoring can be differentiating by some of the important points.MentoringCoaching4
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