- Coaching can be done through one-on-one or group interaction
- The coach is often the boss or supervisor of the person being coached
- Coaching is focused improving an existing set of skills and measured through performance improvement, strengthening the bench of available personnel
- Mentoring is a relationship between two individuals – Mentor and Mentee
- The Mentor is usually someone not directly associated with the mentee
- Mentoring is focused on preparing someone for an increase in responsibility
The Coaching EI team has a combined 45 years of experience in business situations that call for individual coaching, group coaching, and one-on-one mentoring programs. These coaching and mentoring programs focus on the behavioral competencies required for a specific role.
While technical skills are essential to many roles of business, behavioral awareness leads the development of the individual and collectively to an organization. Emotional intelligence is about a cognitive set of competencies necessary to regulate the emotions of oneself and to influence the emotions of others.
Emotional Intelligence influences behavior through the development of self-awareness, awareness of others, authenticity, emotional reasoning, resiliency under stress, and one’s ability to be a positive influence on others and inspiring performance across an organization. These same behavioral competencies in EI, that develop internal relationships, can be utilized in nurturing the external relationships that are so vital to success in business.