Join MFC Coaching and Peer-mentoring Programme

Business coaching and the personal development and self help industry is considered to be one of the booming industries today

Brendon Burchard
Best selling author of New York Times

Coaching is the universal language of change and learning


Are you HR manager, that seeks inspiration? Are your responsible for staff development and need examples of how others do that? Are you in charge of hiring, training and incentivizing, and courious of new solutions?

Join the group of 12 professionals to share and learn. We are going to use a mixture of individual coaching sessions and group peer-mentoring sessions, up to 6 per person from September to December 2018. Although sharing experience and reflecting will stand for majority of each session, the specific tools and solutions will be shared as well. In between the sessions, you can experiment and apply the new solutions, in order to receive further support and mentoring based on your results.

Meeting space: Skype and Webex

Working language: English

Geografical focus: European Union and accession countries

Topics: more than 20 learning topics

Cost: free of charge for members and non-member MFIs

Why coaching and mentoring?

Coaching is a way of supporting people and organizations in achieving their business goals, using their full potential, without telling them what to do or doing it instead of  them. Peer-mentoring extends the scope of available resources by the know-how and experience of the peer from other organizations.

Today, these two methods are recognized world wide as the most efficient in developing senior and middle managers in any type of corporation and company.


Apply today!

Fill in the application form by August 10th  

Shoot us an email if you have questions to Ewa{@}

Read more about MFC coaching and peer-mentoring programme for leaders of people’s development in MFIs

Definitione after CoachWise®

This initiative has received financial support from the European Union
Programme for Employment and Social Innovation “EaSI” (2014-2020).
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