Executive mentoring involves the processes of executive coaching, but in a mentoring context. A mentor is an experienced and trusted adviser who takes a custodial interest in the progress of an other.
Mentors are often appointed within an organisation, both to give experience to the mentor and to foster the progress or more junior staff. For a senior executive, this might not be possible and the organisation must look outside to an organisation like Brefi Group.
A mentor will help an executive assess his or her performance, to obtain confidential feedback in individual strengths and weaknesses, and to learn new skills and behaviours. The mentor will help the executive build a valuable network and might also introduce him/her to his own contacts. Mentors take a long term approach to furthering the executive's career. Mentors are likely to be older and more experienced than the executives they mentor.
With my MBA level education, international experience and training in the psychology of change, I possess the unique combination of maturity, professional skills and human qualities required to work with top decision-makers and the leaders of the future, whether they be in commercial or public organisations or running a small company.
Such key individuals have the maximum leverage for change – they provide the leadership and role models for the rest of the organisation. They are under the greatest pressure, and are more likely to suffer from stress and an out of balance work/home life.
That's why I love to work with you.