Mentoring Training

Business with offices in Bristol & London in UK


The business recognised that it held an untapped resource of knowledge and experience. The challenge was to access this resource through a mentoring programme.


To train experienced people in the business so that they could mentor new employees and identified talents.


The workshop gives the participants ideas on the mentor relationship, specific skills and practical applications based on the participants’ situations. Mentoring differs from coaching in that it is about giving another person the benefits of experience. How to do this successfully is crucial to avoid barriers from the person mentored.

The session covered the following areas:

  • The mentor role & mentoring defined – the difference between mentoring & coaching
  • Establishing the role, the interrelationship with the mentee, their line manager & the limits of advice
  • Mentoring skills
  • Identifying the underlying issues
  • Mentoring conversation process
  • Handling difficult mentoring situations
  • Mentoring tools


The main outcomes of this session were:

  • The participants practisd their mentoring skills
  • They learnt how to have a mnetoring conversation

Participant Feedback

“Very interesting training.”

“Great to practise these skills.”

“I didn’t realise how powerful mentoring could be.”

Client Comment

“First class training.”