Coaching, Training & Mentoring
When thinking about your ambitions and setting goals for yourself, what you want to achieve in the future should never just be based on your current skill set.
Familiarity is, after all, the enemy of creativity.
Setting new and challenging goals enables us to grow and evolve, to learn new skills and broaden experiences and specialities.
Cooperation with others can also help bolster your experience and knowledge, helping to increase your skill set and build towards your goals over time.
B2B HAVE PARTNERS WHO CAN HELP MAKE YOUR DREAMS COME TRUE
As a valued member of B2B connections you will have access to multiple experts who can discuss your business plans and ambitions for a better future.
SEE THE LIGHT
Don't leave your employees in the dark. Train your staff and they will look after you.
Employees are your biggest asset.
Every employer would like to get a little more out of their employees. Good motivation and training is a sure way to increase performance.
Planning, training and mentoring is the first step to start increasing profitability. B2B have great partners who can work with you.
TRAINING, COACHING, AND MENTORING
The role of a trainer is to directly impart knowledge or information to the learner, drawing on their specific expertise, through instruction and explanation. For training to occur, it requires the trainer to have more specific knowledge than the learner. That is, the trainer must be an expert who knows ‘the correct answer.’ This results in the direction of learning only flowing in one-way, passing from trainer to learner. .
A coach is someone who specialises in helping to unlock the potential of others. This is achieved through observing and measuring the performance levels of the learner, whilst also setting them new goals, and providing motivational and developmental feedback. A coach utilises much more of a questioning mode of operation, as opposed to the telling style adopted by trainers.
Unlike coaching, which is about solving immediate problems and issues, mentoring focuses on long-term success, and looking at the bigger picture. Put another way, if coaching is about improving performance, mentoring is concerned with building capability. Whereas a coach usually sets the goals for the learner, a mentor guides the learner to set their own goals.
A mentor lights the path so that the learner can discover their own wisdom and self-reliance