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Sometimes mentoring can uncover unexpected results – such as the requirement for a spot of consultancy or full-blown coaching, as Sian Bryant discovered with a client recently One of the rewards of working in the helping professions is the rich diversity of individuals, organisations, challenges and roles. However, this diversity sometimes brings confusion about what is needed to deliver the right results, at the right time, to the right people – is it coaching, mentoring, consultancy, or even counselling or therapy? Many think it unethical to shift from coaching, mentoring and consultancy to counselling or therapy – even if the […]

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