Tag Archives: mentoring


What now for SME’s with no government support.

News Update: 23 May 2012:  £200 million programme delivers growth support for England’s most ambitious small businesses. (Source:https://www.gov.uk/government/news/growthaccelerator-for-small-businesses)  Growth Accelerator has launched today, designed to help up to 26,000 of England’s brightest businesses achieve their ambition and potential. The new partnership between the government and the private sector will see proven business experts working with companies to […]


Coaching, Personal Development, SMEs, Uncategorised

Coaching v mentoring: what works best for teachers?

At some point in their career, chances are a teacher will undergo a program of mentoring. This may arise during their time as a PGCE student, as a newly qualified teacher (NQT) or after a promotion within the education system. However, not many working within the education field can say they have been “coached” and […]


Coaching, Education Sector

Coaching for SMEs can help with staff retention

It’s sometimes difficult for SMEs to recruit and retain staff when they have to compete with larger organisations who are able to offer higher wages and more incentives. Traditionally these larger firms have been able to take the pick of the university graduates with competitive salaries and exciting benefits to woo the best talent no […]


Coaching, SMEs, Training