• Whereas coaching emphasises the role of the client as holding their own answers, with coaching simply the process of encouraging those answers to appear, mentoring is rather more directive, where the mentor offers skills and advice. Psychological practice is often a combination of coaching and mentoring, providing practical strategies that have proven efficacy in the target arena. Andrew’s background in running global business and sales teams also places him as a strong mentor for business development coaching, both for start-up and for businesses looking to expand successfully. Mentoring topics include:
    • Public-speaking and running workshops
    • Anxiety management
    • Business set-up and planning
    • Business development with focus on sales and team function
    • Strategic planning for growth
    • Managing university life and studies
    • Job search and interview preparation