The greatest good you can do for another is not just to share your riches but to reveal to… them, their… own.
If you wish to help people solve problems, overcome obstacles, get prepared or lean into opportunities, then Notebook Mentor is a cost effective, powerful solution that encourages personal commitment to growth and learning.
ēniteō offer a unique, scale, mentoring solution in standard or bespoke format that provides practical help and guidance to people through common but critical moments that matter. Our Notebook Mentor solution is based on self-tutored workbooks and supplementary online support materials.
Across our working lives people face a myriad of moments that matter – starting a new job, becoming a manager for the first time, returning to work after illness, being promoted or winding down to retirement. There are literally hundreds of these experiences that all play out differently depending on the nature of the moment and who the person is as they face in to it.
Unsurprisingly such occurrences can stir up all sorts of thoughts and feelings, helping to motivate and energise or alternatively slowdown and distract.
In partnership with our sister business Notebook Mentor ēniteō can help your people through these events and experiences, with practical support and guidance.
Our most popular mentoring books are presented under clear category headings such as Getting Started (Getting to know me better / Finding and doing the thing I love) to Getting On (My first 90 days in a new job) and Being a Manager (The basics of managing). Books can be purchased individually, in bulk or on license, can be branded with your company logo, or adapted to align to your story, language or cultural needs. It is also possible to commission a Notebook Mentor on a subject of your choosing.
The greatest good you can do for another is not just to share your riches but to reveal to...them, their...own”
Across our working lives we face a myriad of moments that matter to us. Perhaps starting a new job, becoming a manager for the first time, returning to work after illness, being promoted or winding down to retirement. There are literally hundreds of these experiences that all play out differently depending on the nature of the moment and who we are as we face into it.
5 Tips 1. Learn the basics. As a first time team manager there will be lots of new things to do. A lot of important stuff will concern your team, so get over the basics as soon as you can. Ask for training so that you understand how to hire and on board, performance...read more
5 Tips 1. Understand pressure and priority. If you find yourself in the middle of a crisis with a big problem to solve in two hours, that is very different from a problem that has been brewing or is deeply ingrained. What pressure are you really under and how quickly...read more
5 Tips1. Trust in you. Everyone (and I mean everyone) will offer you advice about what to do or not do. You must decide what is right for you. Sometimes returning to work quickly can give you the sense of normality you need to help you get some control back. At other...read more