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Mentoring and coaching: similarities and differences
Transcript of Mentoring and coaching: similarities and differences
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Mentor/ Coach seen as having expertise
in the area for discussion
Approach is instructional, similar
Mentor/Coach seen as driving the
required actions Non-directive
Mentor/Coach does not need to have
expertise in the area for discussion
Approach is non-directive
Mentee/ Coachee takes responsibility
for setting goals and deciding
Both mentoring and coaching can be either … or… References: However, what are the main differences between mentoring and coaching???