Mentoring and coaching are words often used when discussing employee development, but they support different facets of the workspace. Mentoring centers around the individual, whereas coaching is about a task or performance; coaching is short term, whereas mentoring is a longer-term relationship. This collection presents practical job aids from popular TD at Work and Infoline issues that support new coaching and mentoring initiatives from launch through evaluation. You’ll learn what it takes to have effective coaching conversations, how to structure a mentoring program, and more.
The “Mentoring and Coaching: Which Is Which, and Where Do I Start” collection contains 10 job aids, including:
Possible Mentoring Meeting Agendas
Coaching Evaluation Questionnaire