A mentor uses his or her own knowledge and experience to offer guidance, tips and techniques to help an individual or organisation operate more effectively.

Think of it as one-to-one training, for example in leadership or management techniques, or personal consultations with an expert.

How will you benefit from mentoring?

How will mentoring benefit your organisation?

A combination of mentoring and coaching is particularly effective when an inexperienced leader or manager wants to learn rapidly.

For organisations keen to expand and go beyond their current boundaries, it provides an opportunity to develop towards international standards and grow more quickly by learning from others.

How does it work?

Like coaching, mentoring can be provided face to face or over the telephone. Usually, some initial on-site work to assess the culture and environment allows more rapid progress to be made.

Mentoring is an on-going process which can continue for as long as you get value from it.

What clients say

I would like to thank you for the time we have spent together during the past year, I have found our sessions, stimulating, challenging, eye-opening and at times emotional.  

Throughout our time together you have given me sound advice, challenged (and on occasions altered my thinking) for which I am extremely grateful.

JF, Head of Marketing & Communications

The greatest good you can do for another is not just share your riches, but reveal to them their own.


Benjamin Disraeli