Mentoring and Coaching
Mentoring is a philosophy business, a training strategy focused on the development of people, where the mentor is someone who has previous experience in the issue to be addressed.
The Mentor transmits his knowledge and skills to a person to help him develop professionally within a company or institution, so that he meets its objectives. It is necessary that the mentor has accredited experience and that the mentee is open to changes. It focuses on the transmission of knowledge and skills to help the mentee grow.
Coaching is a business technique, through the support and training of a person focused on achieving the goals they have set. In the process you will learn to detect and enhance both your skills and competencies in the same way that you will be able to unblock those obstacles that prevent you from reaching your maximum potential.
Coaching is task-oriented and helps the client reach their full potential.
Creating the personal transformations that lead to success
Strategic alignmentIt implies helping employees of organizations to reinvent themselves, eliminating "those mental cobwebs" that limit themselves so that their potential is released.
The anxiety organizational, causes that, when faced with certain challenges, our mind becomes cloudy and it is difficult for us to think clearly and while we notice how anguish invades us, we get a knot in our stomach and we feel as if something was stealing all our energy.
TheAnxiety is a state of restlessness when we suffer in the present for something that we do not even know with certainty will manifest in the future.
If we want to increase our ability to solve problems we need to learn how to transcend the limits that our own mind is imposing on us and for this, "Mentoring" is essential.
We must remember that personal change is not a matter of knowledge or erudition, but of motivation, since only people who feel truly motivated will make the necessary effort to bring out what remains hidden and unexplored inside.
EVERY HUMAN BEING CAN BE, IF THEY PROPOSE TO IT, THE SCULPTOR OF THEIR OWN BRAIN
If we want to reinvent ourselves, we need to focus on what we want and not what we fear.
As human beings, when we change our most limiting mental programs for others that are less limiting, we physically modify the structure of our own brain.
We have been experiencing the Intensive Information and Communication Revolution for the last three decades and will continue to evolve in the coming years, as demonstrated by the digital age.
Technology has provided the means to collect, distribute and use information in unimaginable ways, the challenge we now face is deciding what is relevant and how to use it.
Things have changed and will continue to change and it is not easy to handle this, because sometimes in addition to facing anxiety, we have to deal with its consequences: unproductivity and stagnation.
We have reached a point where our personal life has been affected by what is happening and will happen in our work life.
The rules have changed and it is time to relearn the new rules of this revolution we are experiencing, “Intensive Information and Communication”, which affects our lives, our culture and our habits.
For today's entrepreneurs, directors, managers, and supervisors, it is very difficult to run business the old-fashioned way, because the whole environment has changed.
The life cycle of products and companies was “shortened”; we see companies appear and disappear.
The new workforce is no longer willing to maintain blind loyalty to organizations in exchange for job security.
The ruthless competitiveness of employees, managers and supervisors eliminated mediocre performances.
The cynicism of leaders has succumbed to ethics, selling their principles and values in exchange for maintaining their status.
The speed in decision-making as a result of intensive information and communication, have created an anxious society that has blocked one of the most important tools in the social and business world: “Common Sense”.
To avoid conflict, many have succumbed to consensus, not realizing that not all conflicts are destructive, in fact, most conflicts (without hostility) allow personal and organizational growth.