Coaching mentoring

Coaching

YJSIP coaching is about developing a person’s skills and knowledge so that their job performance improves, leading to the achievement of organisational objectives. It targets high performance and improvement at work and usually lasts for a short period and focuses on specific skills and goals. A definition; “a process that enables learning and development to occur and thus performance to improve”. The key is the focus on shift, be that learning, skill, knowledge or performance.

Examples of Coaching support; Service B has a newly appointed Head of Service, new to the area and wanting support in their new role.

In order to access YJSIP Coaching support, Youth Justice Partnerships should complete an application form. Each Application is discussed at the YJSIP Programme Board and a decision made. If approved, the YJSIP resource will be allocated accordingly. YJSIP is a finite resource governed by funding and supply versus demand.

 

Mentoring

Mentoring is most often defined as “A professional relationship in which an experienced person (the mentor) assists another (the mentee) in developing specific skills and knowledge that will enhance the less-experienced person's professional and personal growth.” (said who). A good mentor should help people to recognise their abilities and limitations, and help them seize opportunities and come to terms with the reality of their career potential.

Examples of Mentoring support; Service C has a newly appointed Head of Service looking for more guidance rather than goal support.

In order to access YJSIP Mentoring support, Youth Justice Partnerships should complete an application form. Each Application is discussed at the YJSIP Programme Board and a decision made. If approved, the YJSIP resource will be allocated accordingly. YJSIP is a finite resource governed by funding and supply versus demand.

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