What's your leadership goal? Do you need a coach or a mentor?

What's your leadership goal? Do you need a coach or a mentor?

01 December 2022
Gerrit Sarens
Gerrit Sarens
  • Gaining new perspectives can be a valuable leadership goal, as it can help you to understand different viewpoints and approaches better and to make more informed and well-rounded decisions. There are a variety of ways that you can seek out new perspectives, and whether or not you need a coach or mentor will depend on your specific situation and needs.

  • Are you looking to expand insights into your personal and professional potential?

  • 💬 Hire a coach ->

    • to raise your awareness of your leadership style and how others may perceive you
    • to identify your strengths, weaknesses, and areas of improvement
    • to uncover your values, beliefs, and purpose
    • to develop a vision for your future based on these beliefs.
  • Are you looking for a role model to gain new perspectives and help you make better decisions?

  • <(°.°)> Hire a mentor who

    • encourages you to stretch outside of your comfort zone
    • points out blind spots and hidden assumptions
    • identifies your obstacles and advises how to overcome them
    • keeps you accountable
    • gives you unbiased feedback
    • pinpoints and provides resources
    • shares valuable life lessons and relevant experiences
    • serves as your trusted ally

    A mentorship program allows you to work with experienced leaders who convey their knowledge, skills, and experiences.

      • Manager types

      • Who are you?

    • Ambits offers business mentoring to different audiences. Our mentor community is equipped to help them with their specific leadership challenges. Discover below what Ambits can do for you.

    • Young professional

        • Young professional

          • Kicking-off your career
          • Eager to discover your strengths
          • Find your position in the organization to perform at your best
    • First time manager

        • First time manager

          • Taking up your first leadership role
          • Moving from an operational to a management position
          • Discovering the challenges of people management
    • Middle Manager

        • Middle Manager

          • Positioned between first-line and top management
          • Balancing between managing up and managing down
          • Leveraging the potential of people & teams
    • Top manager

    • Entrepreneur or founder

        • Entrepreneur or founder

          • Starting or scaling up your own company
          • Experiencing growing pains
          • Eager to develop solid leadership to move to the next level
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