Professional & Personal Mentoring

Coaching and Mentoring are very complimentary. With coaching, the client is the expert in his/her life and highly skilled coaches create deeper awareness within clients as to the outcomes they want, how to pursue these outcomes, the obstacles they face, and how to remove them to release their full potential. The coach navigates, checks the instruments, discusses the terrain and alternate routes, but the client is in the drivers seat.

Mentoring is a relationship in which the Mentors shares their personal and/or professional insights, experiences, expertise, knowledge and reflections with Mentees, in order for them to learn and grow.

Over the last 35+ years Mark has navigated three career transitions,  studied within three disciplines including to doctoral level in one, while giving priority to his most important roles of husband and father. He has faced many challenges along the way, and has grown through these experiences and mentors out of the overflow of his own personal growth and transformation.

For these reasons Mark is highly sort after as a professional and personal Mentor in the areas of:

  • leadership development
  • personal development
  • spirituality (including integrating faith and work)
  • work and career as a calling

Mentor Coaching

With over 4 000 logged coaching hours and having mentored more than 500 coaches, Mark is highly regarded as a coach mentor.  Mark is currently only one of a small number of coaches within Australia who hold an MCC credential, the highest globally recognised credential within the coaching industry.

Mark is a Registered Mentor Coach with the International Coach Federation, and as such is qualified to mentor coaches who are pursuing their Master Certified Coach (MCC) Professional Certified Coach (PCC) or Associate Certified Coach (ACC) credential.

Mark also mentors coaches who may not be seeking an ICF credential but wish to sharpen and expand their coaching skills.  Because Mark is a credentialed MCC, this mentoring is valid if credentialing is sort at a later date.

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