Coaching and mentoring
Rosie Evans, behavioural scientist, discusses how HR can approach coaching, onboarding and evaluating remote workers in an emotionally intelligent way.
Good practice guidance discussing the use of coaching in workplace settings to raise employees' awareness of different perspectives and increase their ability to take responsibility for their own development.
XpertHR research investigates UK employers' learning and development strategy, provision and priorities and their use of coaching.
Targeted coaching for mothers can ensure a smooth return to work after maternity leave, and help employers attract and retain valued female employees. XpertHR examines this rising trend and looks at what is on offer to help support new fathers.
A model mentoring policy, which covers the purpose of mentoring, how mentors and mentees will be matched, and the responsibilities of the mentor and mentee.
A model mentoring contract, which covers the purpose of mentoring, how mentors and mentees will be matched, and the responsibilities of the mentor and mentee.
A model mentoring evaluation form, for both the mentor and mentee to evaluate a mentoring arrangement.
HR and legal information and guidance relating to coaching and mentoring.
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