Successful businesses of the new millennium are those that learn faster than their competitors.
People at all levels within an organisation need to continually hone and improve their skills.
To achieve this, we often need help, usually from a manager or via an external source.
Coaching is a process which helps us to help ourselves – the best way to learn and change.
It helps us to transform the way we think and behave in order to realise our full potential, both for our own benefit and that of the business.
Coaching focuses on the skills, processes and relationships that are needed to help us improve performance in our jobs. It provides opportunities for learning under guidance in real work situations.
- Coaches individuals at all levels within organisations.
- Encourages others to become more effective coaches themselves.
- Coaching senior management teams to review, develop and implement business strategy
- Providing consultancy support to HR practitioners, training and development specialists and organisation development and change management consultants.
- Coaching team leaders in team-building skills and techniques
- Developing individual team working skills
- Designing and facilitating team development workshops
- Improving personal effectiveness
- Helping people resolve real work problems through action learning groups
- Developing coaching skills in managers and directors
- Assign more responsibility to others
- Move from a ‘directing’ to an ‘enabling’ style
- Encourage effective group work
- Build collaborative and durable relationships
- Form high quality working relationships with their colleagues
- Work more independently and flexibly
- Foster an open, creative problem-solving culture
- Encourage on-the-job learning to become the norm
- Create a larger pool of motivated and talented individuals