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Corporate Mentoring Programs

Awareness Based Mentoring

Mentoring is a relationship where the mentor supports the learning, development and progress of the mentee by offering information, advice and assistance in a way that empowers the mentee.


We support organizations by helping them in designing and supervision of the mentoring program for maximizing the planned value of mentoring.

Corporate Mentoring Programs

Learn from the Leader

Bob Garvey, PhD is one of Europe's leading academic practitioners in mentoring and coaching. He is an emeritus professor of coaching and mentoring at Sheffield Business School. Previously he was Professor of Business Education at York Business School and Director of Research.  He is an experienced and enthusiastic people development specialist with an excellent record of facilitating strategic transformation through learning in public and private sector, large and small organizations.  A competent and facilitative manager with a track record of successfully working with diverse groups of people.

Bob Garvey, PhD

Corporate Mentoring Programs

3-Stage Mentoring Process

Mentoring includes a number of processes. Different mentors have different strengths and work in different ways. Whatever approach or style you use, working within a well-thought out, robust and flexible framework will ensure you are most effective in helping your mentee. A useful framework is a 3-stage process of helping looks like the following:

Stage 1: Exploration

At this stage, a mentor aims to establish ground rules, takes the lead by listening, pays attention to the relationship and develops it, clarifies the aims and objectives of the mentoring, and supports the exploration.

Stage 2: New Understanding

At this stage, as a mentor, you aim to support and understand, be constructive and positive, recognize strengths, help to generate options, help to establish priorities, help to identify developmental needs, and inspire and motivate.

Stage 3: Action Planning

At this stage, a mentor aims to examine options for action and their consequences, reviews the mentoring process and the relationship, and helps the mentee to develop an action plan.

Corporate Mentoring Programs

How Mentoring Can Help your Organization?

Mentoring has become recognized worldwide as a highly effective learning and development process. In business organizations, mentoring supports:

  • Knowledge development and knowledge sharing

  • The development of effective learning environments

  • Value added performance and productivity development

  • The changing role of managers - from command and control to challenge

  • and support

  • People in changing situations

  • Stress management initiatives

  • Management, capability, talent and leadership development

  • Creativity and innovation

  • Problem solving skills development

  • Strategic decision making

Corporate Mentoring Programs

Mentoring is used for a wide range of purposes such as:
  • Induction and on-boarding: to help people get up to speed in an organization

  • Leadership development: to help develop leadership abilities

  • Succession planning: to develop potential managers of the future

  • Talent programs: to develop talent, potential and capability

  • Reflective practice: to ensure effective learning for the future

  • Career progression: to assist in identifying and supporting potential

  • Support for learning at work: to encourage optimal learning and performance

  • Diversity programs: to respect and value cultural and social diversity

  • Redundancy support: to assist people adapting to unexpected change

  • Support in times of change at work: to ensure rapid assimilation and delivery

  • Within change programs: to help people understand what is involved in change

  • Enterprise development: to start and develop new businesses

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Corporate Mentoring Programs

Benefits of Mentoring

For the mentee

  • Improved performance and productivity

  • Enhanced career opportunity and career advancement

  • Improved knowledge and skills development

  • Leadership development

  • Greater confidence, well-being, commitment and motivation


For the mentor

  • Improved performance

  • Greater job satisfaction, loyalty, commitment and self-awareness

  • New knowledge and skills acquired

  • Leadership development

  • Reduced conflict and improved relationships with colleagues and customers


For the manager

  • A more motivated, effective and resourceful team member

  • Improved skills and knowledge in the team

  • Improved performance capability and opportunity


For the business

  • Improved productivity and performance

  • Improved implementation of strategies and policies

  • Improved staff retention, morale and motivation

  • Improved communication and relationships with colleagues and customers

  • Improved knowledge exchange and learning

  • Improved growth and sustainability

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