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Integrative Mentoring 

Why mentoring? 

As an associate professor at UCL, I  have over 15 years of experience supporting staff and students to excel in their chosen fields. What I have found is that as a practitioner, academic, teacher, coach, or simply someone who works with others, you 'know how therapy/coaching works' and would benefit more from the opportunity to think about your professional role, with a peer, who can support you to explore how your you want to work with your client group. For example, are you a 1:1 or more of a group coach? Do you want to provide personal training online or in person? Do you want a social media presence or to remain more anonymous? Are you a spiritual yoga teacher that also wants to provide tarot readings? Do you want to only practice part-time while exploring other revenue streams? How do you even put a client contract together, and when should you do your taxes?


From the personal to the business aspects of your practice, you might benefit from a set number of sessions to explore who and how you want to practice. If this is something you haven't thought or of experienced before then please get in touch, and I explain more how it might work and how you might benefit. It is something that has helped me grow my business, understand how I practice, and supported me to remain true to my values and enlivened in the work that I do.


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My Approach 

My approach to integrative mentoring takes incorporates various strategies, techniques, and perspectives to support your growth and development. It combines different mentoring styles, tools, and resources to create a more holistic and effective mentoring experience. Taking an integrative approach recognises that individuals have unique needs and learning preferences, and I will seek to tailor your mentoring process accordingly. By combining different elements, an integrative approach to mentoring fosters a well-rounded and supportive environment for your growth. It acknowledges that development occurs on multiple levels and seeks to address them in a synergistic manner. This approach empowers you to become self-directed learners and capable decision-makers, leading to more significant and lasting personal and professional development.


What topics might I bring?

  • Career Guidance: Seeking advice on career paths, advancement opportunities, and professional development strategies.

  • Skill Development: Requesting support in improving specific skills related to their profession or area of interest.

  • Networking and Relationship Building: Learning how to build and maintain professional networks and connections.

  • Work-Life Balance: Discussing ways to balance personal and professional commitments effectively.

  • Industry Insights: Gaining valuable insights into industry trends, best practices, and potential challenges.

  • Leadership and Management: Developing leadership qualities and management skills.

  • Decision Making: Seeking guidance in making important career or business decisions.

  • Entrepreneurship: Getting advice on starting and growing a business or navigating entrepreneurial challenges.

  • Time Management: Learning strategies to manage time efficiently and prioritize tasks effectively.

  • Communication and Presentation Skills: Improving verbal and written communication abilities and presentation techniques.

  • Conflict Resolution: Discussing approaches to handle conflicts or difficult situations at work.

  • Personal Branding: Understanding how to build a strong personal brand and professional reputation.

  • Stress Management: Exploring ways to manage stress and maintain well-being in a demanding work environment.

  • Diversity and Inclusion: Understanding the importance of diversity and inclusion in the workplace.

  • Transition Support: Receiving guidance during job transitions or career changes.

  • Technical Skills: Enhancing proficiency in specific technical skills or software tools.

  • Building Confidence: Gaining self-assurance and belief in one's abilities.

  • Career Advancement Strategies: Developing strategies for career growth and advancement.

  • Continuing Education and Training: Identifying opportunities for further education and skill development.

Get in touch

Feel free to get in touch to see if we are a good fit and want to work together.

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