Virtual Coaching and Mentoring Programme Management

Sky Blue TinAt Coach Mentoring Ltd we understand what it is like trying to support your own coaching and mentoring programmes alongside all the other demands on your working time. We offer virtual programme management to support you in running various aspects of your coaching and mentoring programmes including:

Our track record in Virtual Programme Management

Coach Mentoring Ltd has extensive experience in supporting and managing programmes, or parts of programmes for our clients. We build great relationships with the coaches/coachees and mentors/mentees and provide a seamless virtual support service to our clients in many areas.

Our Virtual Programme Manager clients include Unilever, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, Robert McBride Ltd, University of Edinburgh, CIPD and the Across Organisational Mentoring Programme.



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Jacki Mason

Jacki Mason leads the VPM team — read more about her here and get in touch.

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Comments on Virtual Programme Management

Unilever have used the Coach Mentoring virtual mentoring programme management service for over 12 months now and it’s been of real benefit given there is little resource internally to manage the mentoring programme.

Jacki is very experienced at managing mentoring programmes from start to end. It has been especially useful for doing the matching which is very time consuming, plus it has been great to have a point of contact for people to reach out to as well as someone to manage the mentoring calendar regarding check-ins/supervision etc.

It has been invaluable to the programme to have someone like Jacki manage it virtually and the weekly calls we have to discuss any issues or upcoming things to do work really well.”

Katherine Ray, Unilever, Global Talent Capability Manager, HR.

Coach Mentoring’s support (Jacki and Lis) continues to be invaluable for the establishment of coaching and mentoring at McBride. I particularly welcome their creativity, enthusiasm and preparedness to work with an idea. With dogged determination the underdeveloped ideas have been brought down to pragmatic solutions. Nothing is too much trouble for Jacki and Lis and despite our IT limitations they have delivered a solution that will help individuals to remotely learn more about mentoring and how to locate a trusted developmental partner.

The solution aims to provide an element of ‘self-service’ to help and support people that have not joined the McBride Mentoring programme. An additional benefit is that we have a design that minimises administration. At the time of writing we are yet to obtain the full benefit from these developmental mentoring materials, this largely of our own making.”

Ian Jenner, Group Head of Learning and Development, McBride plc