Coaching & Mentoring

Carol Raithatha Limited offers a personalised and tailored coaching and mentoring service suitable for the research and sensory and consumer science sector. Programmes can be designed at the organisational level, or sessions commissioned by individuals. The objective is not to give advice, but to create a space where the coachee or mentee can creatively explore options, find solutions, and plan for the future. Areas covered may include:

  • Setting goals
  • Developing action plans
  • Personal development
  • Management and delegation
  • Building self-confidence and self-esteem
  • Exploring new opportunities
  • Improved ways of working
  • Updating systems and procedures
  • Communication and team-working
  • Overcoming challenges
  • Working with change
  • Reducing stress
  • Developing a positive attitude

If you would like to learn more about how a coaching session is actually structured please have a look at Carol’s blog on Linkedin ‘Is professional coaching for you?’

Carol holds an NVQ Level 3 in Supporting Employee Development through Mentoring and an Institute of Leadership and Management Level 5 Certificate in Effective Coaching and Mentoring. Carol has experience of coaching and mentoring both formally and informally within the context of consultancy, project management, and training. She also mentors as part of the Society of Chemical Industry Mentoring Programme. Carol’s background in Sensory Evaluation & Consumer Research and Market Research & Management deepens her coaching and mentoring skills.

Here are a few testimonials from previous clients:

“Carol is lovely and has really given me time to think through my workload and which areas to prioritise. I have been able to honestly express my anxieties and problems without worrying it is impacting on my career progression. It’s been great knowing I have a friendly face to call on with a variety of queries.”

“My overall experience has been great. I’m really enjoying the sessions and the help I am getting in finding ways to improve certain skills.”