Mentoring is fundamentally different to either line management or formal coaching.
I see it as a way of providing informal support and guidance to individuals, stimulating their imagination and developing them both personally and professionally. It’s also possible to spend time looking at work in progress and providing some impartial commentary and advice.
Drawing on my background in training, business psychology and creative direction, I currently work with clients including a freelance writer, two agency writers and a marketer within a small business. I act as a sounding board for ideas, review ongoing projects and set new creative challenges.
The sessions last an hour or an hour and a half and can be scheduled at a mutually convenient time and interval. Cost depends on whether you’d prefer the mentoring to be conducted over Zoom or face-to-face.