When you manage, you know your position relative to others. You use your position in service to others.
When you mentor, you open yourself up to being questioned. You respond with the aim to inspire.
When you coach, you are never the expert. You are never right. You simply are.®
Dr. Mirella De Civita
- Appreciate the benefits of each development strategy (managing, mentoring, and coaching) in the workplace
- Recognize opportunities to use the three strategies for optimizing employee engagement, accountability, and well-being
- Explore ways to question and listen differently when managing, coaching, and mentoring in relation to work
- Develop the four (4) competencies related to mentoring