Unlike the challenges of defining coaching, the definition of mentoring seems a lot clearer to me as a mentor.
The European Mentoring and Coaching Council (EMCC) define mentoring as “a learning relationship, involving the sharing of skills, knowledge, and expertise between a mentor and mentee through developmental conversations, experience sharing, and role modelling. The relationship may cover a wide variety of contexts and is an inclusive two-way partnership for mutual learning that values differences” .
The mentoring services offered by Clinical Research Coaching are all one-to-one and range from a short one-off session where we work together on a particular aspect of your life or career to a monthly or bespoke arrangement where we have the time and space to explore your potential and facilitate your growth.
During our Meet and Greet session we can establish your mentoring needs and expectations.
We will work together to build trust, establish goals, take action and celebrate your successes.
Clinical Research Coaching will offer you a safe and supportive environment in which to enjoy realising your potential.