Are you frequently having to look externally for successors to key roles?
Are you losing junior leaders with potential?
Are you benefiting fully from the wisdom of your longer serving leaders?
Are you clear on what makes a good mentor and how to maximize the ROI of mentoring?
• Join us for this 1-day workshop that explores how to amplify talent through mentoring, with a clear focus on the experiential & practical vs academic & theoretical.
• Learn how you can gain maximum benefit from mentoring – the ‘how’ of mentoring as well as the ‘what’.
Who is the course aimed at?
Do you get the sense that you could get so much more from your mentoring / being mentored, but don’t quite know how?
The modality of mentoring is an ancient but much misunderstood one. Its label and application are often an excuse for variable and ineffective interactions with people, or an excuse to give meaningless and irrelevant advice.
This workshop is for those who would like to harness the power of mentoring and are either mentoring others or being mentored by others, or plan to do so at some point in the future, and who would like to learn the ‘how’ of mentoring, as well as the ‘what’ and how to gain maximum benefit.
The journey is a one-day experiential & interactive workshop, where you will learn to:
Be more competent to mentor:
Identify the skills & qualities you need to develop
recognise openings for mentoring
know when to advise, when to guide & when to allow
Understand roles & responsibilities:
of mentor, mentee and line manager in the process
in order to retain and pass on the expertise of more experienced leaders
to grow & develop future capability
Work with the tools & techniques to:
foster mutual respect & trust with those you mentor
result in impactful interventions with the people you mentor
have an experiential experience of the process (this is how adults learn)
Leaders & managers of organisations
Entrepreneurs & independents
Consultants, project managers
All those who are interested in mentoring & leadership, of themselves and others
Maria Cussell, Director, Centre for Coaching Switzerland
Daniel Ahlers, Director, Centre for Coaching Switzerland
is a Certified Professional Integral Coach®, and Director of Centre for Coaching Consulting (Europe). She has worked as an executive and leadership coach for more than ten years, and has extensive experience of enabling leaders to be the very best they can be.
As well as being internationally accredited as a coach – Professional Certified Coach (PCC) through the International Coach Federation (ICF) – and a coach supervisor, Maria also worked for many years in financial services, specialising in risk and client management and then going on to head up Coaching and Mentoring for Barclays Africa.
Maria has coached across a wide range of professional services, including banking, insurance, consultancy, solicitors, manufacturing and entrepreneurs. She has worked in the UK, Switzerland and across Africa. Her clients include Siemens AG, Santander Bank, BMW and Royal Bank of Scotland.
is a Certified Professional Integral Coach®, and Director of both the Centre for Coaching Switzerland and CfC Consulting Europe. He is also a member of faculty and mentor on the coach training programmes run by the Centre since 2014
Previously, Daniel spent 15 years with Edipresse in Lausanne and as Director and Exco member with Naville in Geneva, where he headed up cross-functional taskforces, including major Innovation projects.
Daniel has since accumulated over 800 hours of 1-on-1 and team coaching, working with senior managers and executives within large multinationals, SMEs and NGOs.
He is an accredited Professional Certified Coach (PCC) through the International Coach Federation (ICF). His clients include Philip Morris International, Eaton, European Broadcasting Union, JT International and AON Hewitt.
Centre for Coaching (Switzerland)
Established in 2002, the Centre for Coaching , an internationally accredited Centre for executive coach training and leadership development, is situated at the University of Cape Town’s Graduate School of Business ( GSB ), and is present in South Africa, Australia and Switzerland.
Its courses form part of the GSB Executive Education suite of offerings and are thus informed by both academic rigour and coaching practice.
The Centre for Coaching links into over 25 years of cutting edge coaching course development and experience offered through its alliance with New Ventures West in San Francisco.
Through our consulting arm, CfC Consulting, we also consult to organisations in using our Integral approach and methodology as a tool to develop a transformational culture shift and to implement powerful leadership in business, building an aware, agile and adaptable capacity to lead generatively.