How active listening holds an attentive space with complete focus

Active ListeningActive Listening is the practice of holding space for someone with complete focus on them. It is attentively and purposefully listening to what is said, capturing every word and sign both verbal and non-verbal. This encourages individuals to hear themselves, and to be gently supported and encouraged by the Listener to reflect on what they have shared and expressed. Continue reading


Free webinars — How to have more effective mentoring relationships

Free lunchtime webinars — effective mentoring relationshipsHappy New Year, we hope that 2022 is healthy and fulfilling for you all! Every year Coach Mentoring Ltd. briefs many hundreds of mentors and mentees in how to get the best out of their mentoring relationships. Join Lis Merrick for some free bite-size sessions to help you optimise your own mentoring skills and knowledge. It’s a great way to sample a taste of what we might offer your organisation’s mentors and mentees! Continue reading


Group supervision sessions for coaches and mentors

Group Supervision onlineJoin three virtual sessions of group supervision in early 2022. Ideal if you’re a coach or a mentor wanting to share your experiences and learn from others. Your expert supervisor will guide the group and hold the space, so that you feel comfortable to express yourself, reflect on your relationships and learn more skills. Supervision is a crucial part of your practice with educative, quality control and ethical check-in qualities.

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New Research into the Experiences of a Mentoring Coordinator

Mentoring CoordinatorA mentoring coordinator is the key individual responsible for the day-to-day running and operation of your programme. It is the mentoring programme manager’s energy and enthusiasm for mentoring specifically and for developing others more generally, that will drive the programme and keep momentum within it. However there has been little research on the role of the mentor coordinator…

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