Mentor or Coach: Which Works for You?

Workplace mentoring, training, and coaching each has its place, but they are very different.  In an article I recently wrote for the King County Bar Bulletin, I outlined one key difference: 

Mentors are guides who share their wisdom and connections with their mentees to help them navigate the workplace, develop their skills and achieve success. A coach helps the client achieve the same goals, but in a very different way: in coaching, the client and coach are partners and equals.

If you’re curious about what coaches do and would like to learn more about this topic, click here to check out the full article. ~AS

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2 responses to “Mentor or Coach: Which Works for You?

  1. Hi Amy,
    I appreciate the udpates to your new web site! Wishing you the very best as you grow and expand by connecting with your values and honoring your years of noteworthy experience! Warmest regards!

  2. Workplace Insiders

    Sorry, I don’t! ~Amy

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