More and more we find that as civic challenges become increasingly complex, the Wise Group’s linear offering of employability, fuel poverty or justice support is called upon to be joined up in one way or another.
By embracing a culture of working together across the enterprise, it allows us to identify the positive change our approach can enable and be even more present within the communities we help.
We are seeing this happen more and more with projects such as Forming Futures and BEAM but also collaborative working across the enterprise such as the recent cost-of-living advice events and the upcoming recruitment fair at our new Templeton hub.
What these all have in common is our compassionate approach to Relational Mentoring.
It’s our “secret sauce”; it’s our capability to see the potential and ability and invest in the success of other people that makes the Wise Group stand apart from similar organisations.
Wise Group mentors help individuals to reveal the right pathway for them, rather than telling them what to do. This allows us to work with customers, stakeholders, and each other to inspire positive change.
We wanted to try and explain our Relational Mentoring approach and capture the holistic nature of what we do and how we do it… the result is our new animation called Andy’s Story…
As today is National Mentoring Day, we couldn’t think of a better day to share it with you all!
Check out Andy’s Story below!