Coaching versus mentoring: let's make it clear once and for all

Coaching versus mentoring: let's make it clear once and for all

12 September 2022
Gerrit Sarens
Gerrit Sarens
  • Still struggling with the difference between coaching and mentoring?

  • In our interactions with the market, we notice that there is still a lot of confusion about the difference between coaching and mentoring.

    Some say, "it's the same"... others say, "a mentor is a coach, but a coach is not necessarily a mentor."

    Can you still follow?

    It's more than a semantic discussion.

  • No worries, we are going to make it crystal clear

  • On the 17th of October (12.00 - 13.30), we are organizing a webinar (in English) with Steff Vanhaverbeke, a partner at Ubeon.

    Steff will use the logical levels model (Robert Dilts) to understand the differences between coaching and mentoring.

    We will look at both 'concepts' from different angles to formulate together commonly accepted definitions.

    At the end of this webinar, all participants will have a sharp view of the meaning of mentoring and the roles of a mentor.

    Register via this link.

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