Mentoring and Coaching
Start Date: 23 Mar 2020
Start Time: 12:15 PM
End Time: 4:00 PM
Duration: 3 hours 45 minutes
Venue: CMI, 3rd Floor, London, WC2B 6SR › View map
Member price: £130
Non-member price: £150
Event Capacity: 7 places remaining
This session will cover:
- The main differences between various business support activities
- Benefits to business and the bottom line of mentoring and coaching
- How personality traits effect the support relationship
- Mentoring and coaching as learning tools in business and management
- Learning styles and processes
- How mentoring and coaching facilitate learning
- Identification of the key stages in mentoring and coaching relationships
- Digital mentoring and coaching
- Setting up relevant ´contracts` /matching
- Challenges and risks in getting it wrong.
By the end of this session, attendees will appreciate both the differences and the connections between different business and management support activities, and understand the key competences required to be a better mentor or coach.
For those undertaking management coaching and mentoring modules for CMI Level 5, this session will be invaluable.
|Time || Description|
| 12:15pm || Registration & Lunch|
| 1:00pm|| Workshop Commences|
| 4:00pm|| Close|
Veronika Weisweiller is an accomplished facilitator and presenter with extensive experience in all aspects of business planning and administration. She takes the lead on CPD for the CMI/IC London & South East Network.
Following language studies, a spell as an interpreter and owning a language school, she ran market research projects globally into a range of fields over many years. Clients included large corporations, public sector and SMEs, and she coached large teams of researchers.
A qualified trainer, Veronika has designed and delivered a range of courses and presentations on other topics as diverse as marketing, customer care, finance, disability awareness, quality control, and partnership working.
For the last 20 years, as a business adviser/consultant Veronika has mentored and coached many business owners and staff in a wide of sectors on their journey of business growth.
As a Director of the Federation of Small Businesses for several years, she also enjoyed the experience of being actively involved in running a large business.
In her spare time and representing the fifth generation of her family, she is involved in the management and marketing of an events centre catering for up to 2,500 people.
Questions about this event should be addressed to CMI Events at CMIEvents@managers.org.uk or by telephone on 01536 207485.