Coaching for Performance & Mentorship

The objective of this UOIT certificate program is to build your professional confidence in-order to provide guidance and "mentorship" to those who are establishing or growing in their career.

This program is specifically beneficial to all executives, supervisors and managers to encourage staff performance. HR professionals or business owners will also learn to build a successful in-house mentorship program.

Benefits of attending this program:

  • You are committed to helping develop the next generation of global leaders but need some advanced tools and techniques.
  • Increase confidence in your ability to provide the very best in coaching and mentoring.
  • Understand what it takes to make a mentorship program successful.
  • Coach and mentor for performance improvement.

Audience:

Enable your company’s emerging and existing leadership talent to enhance their potential through targeted, high-impact training. All levels of management must know how to coach and mentor people to get the very best performance from them, and the sophistication of the coaching and mentoring required increases exponentially the more senior the position being coached.

This program is specifically beneficial to all executives, supervisors and managers to encourage staff performance by providing the tools and processes that they can apply. HR professionals or business owners will also learn to build a successful in-house mentorship program. 

Our programs offer valuable tools that will equip both individuals and teams to become high capacity leaders in their organisation.

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"Before you are a leader, success is all about growing yourself. When you become a leader, success is all about growing others."

Jack Welch

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