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Recommendation:Whatever matching approach decides to take, make sure that to meet the coach and mentorbefore the process gets underway as good rapport between participants is essential. Theparticipate need to agree clear rules and boundaries before the process begins and stick to thesame parameters throughout. Unless there is a total trust, openness and commitment toconfidentiality, the scheme will quite simply be unsuccessful. Companies should ensure thatthere is a proper feedback mechanism at the end of and coaching or mentoring undertaken.This should enable and honest evaluation of its success and provide the relevant informationfor any follow up action. Feedback should ideally be sought at regular intervals. This createsa timely opportunity to identify be sought at regular intervals. This creates a timelyopportunity to identify potential trouble spots and rectify any mistake. There should be areport at the end detailing result and recommendation, based on the analysis of resources(including time and money) and participant’s feedback. It is important that usual constraintsof structured planning and control are applied to coaching/mentoring scheme. Some sort ofperformance measurement and cost-benefit analysis is necessary. Company should producehard data weather qualitative or quantitative about the success or failure of the programme.There must be a clear objective form the outset against which progress can be measured. Theorganization also aware of the following issueThe incorrect matching of mentors/coaches and learners. The lack of top-down support.The resentment felt by those not involved in the scheme or the perception offavouritism.The creation of false promotional expectation. The overdependence of the mentor are mentee. Gender issueBlurring of role boundaries and so on.ReferencesEuromonitor. (2013). Coca-Cola Co, the in Soft Drinks (World). Retrieved March 16, 2014,from Euromonitor Passport Database.19 | P a g e
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