Monthly Archives: March 2014


Developing Mentoring Skills in the Workplace

Mentoring is a relationship between a senior employee and a junior employee not in the same chain of command but in the same specialization, the mentor has to be capable of mentoring and trains himself/herself on mentoring techniques and motivated by passing his/her knowledge to the mentee, the senior employee […]


Developing Coaching Skills for the Workplace

Coaching is an extremely important and helpful tool, and it is necessary to be implemented in an organization correctly. Coaching has different modules that can help in carrying out a successful coaching session, some include: GROW: Short for Goal, Reality, Options, and When/what/where/want. Using GROW can identify the actual issues […]


Employee Engagement 1

This has been a pretty hot topic in the region for some time now, a lot of companies have started to measure their employees engagement with the organization. It is also one of the most important tools for organizations to tackle the Employee Retention issue. I have¬†experienced¬†both sides of this, […]