Coaching & Mentoring Introduction

Education Empowerment Hub

The Therapist…

will assist you in identifying any factors that might hinder your ability to drive the car. They will explore your past to uncover your previous experiences with vehicles, allowing you to free yourself before taking the wheel today.

The Consultant…

will provide you with an owner’s manual and offer comprehensive insights into the car’s mechanics, driving theory, and an action plan. Afterward, the consultant will step back, potentially returning after six months to evaluate your progress in the actual driving process.

The Mentor…

will share personal experiences related to car driving and impart the wisdom and lessons acquired through extensive experience.

A mentor is someone who sees more talent and ability within you, than you see in yourself, and helps bring it out of you.” — Bob Proctor. “

The Coach…

will place you in the driver’s seat, occupy the passenger seat, and provide encouragement, endorsement, acknowledgement and support until you develop your unique driving style and gain enough confidence to drive independently.

“The coach works with clients to achieve speedy, increased and sustainable effectiveness in their lives and careers through focused learning” (Rogers, 2006)

On occasions, coaching and mentoring work together, depending on the client’s circumstances.  Sessions can be delivered on a 1-1 basis, with groups of people with similar interests and/or with a team in school, college or organisation.  All of these can be delivered virtually using a video conferencing facility, face-to-face where the client is local and/or through a blended approach.

GO2Educate is a Professional Coaching Organisation, capable of coaching all levels of educators across education & training sectors, and employees at all levels in industry.  This service is open to anyone.

can be provided when the mentor is a subject-matter expert.  GO2Educate can provide mentoring for: Business & Entrepreneurship, support in education where there is confidence the mentor has significantly more experience than the person or group they are mentoring.