As you scroll down, you’ll find details of specific services and an explanation of how I engage, but to be honest whether the title is Coach, Mentor or Non-Exec Director doesn’t really alter the engagement with you and your business as my approach will flex depending upon the scenario, the personality involved and the challenges that we are faced with.
The agreed difference between Coaching and Mentoring is that Coaching tends to involve the sharing of experience / expertise to allow the Coachee to develop new skills, increased performance and confidence, whereas Mentoring tends to be the meeting of minds and the pooling of expertise and can be a deeper, more long-term relationship. Both activities should have a set of objectives.
Your decision to seek objective, experienced commercial support is driven by a need to progress, achieve an objective or remove a challenge and only once I understand the issues can we agree the best way forward.
While I can talk about clients who have achieved great results such as greater engagement, improved communication, completing a sale or doubling their turnover, I would ask you to read their testimonials as their words are proof of my effectiveness.
To close, if you are struggling with multiple issues and cannot seem to make a start on resolving any of them, perhaps I can buy you a coffee and we’ll see if two brains are better than one?