How we learn at work?
70% on the job training, among which
20% coaching & mentoring, while only
10 % formal classroom training
Coach or Mentor?
Coachee or Mentee?
Coaching & Mentoring Program
Learning by teaching
When you teach something to another person, you make yourselves smarter in the process of teaching by discovering all of the details that you don’t completely understand yourself.
Receive assistance with long-term career planning and course of actions, general constructive criticism and guidance, good advice and practical help; increase motivation and productivity in leadership role.
Further leadership skills
Mentoring helps to polish and enhance your leadership skills, such as providing feedback, communication skills and interpersonal skills.
A new starts
You can continuously gain fresh perspectives through interaction with less experienced colleagues, staying touch with new emerging issues.
Expand and broaden your professional network and opportunities; Receive endorsement from colleagues; encourage and enhance a sense of belongs to the group.
Build your confidence and discover your potentials by concrete dialogues of confidential exchanges, intellectual stimulation.
Energize your work life
When you find your own work motivation flagging, mentoring helps you to re-discover how much you have completed in your career, and feel more connected to your colleagues.
Work towards a promotion, changing roles in department or organization.