One of the most valuable aspects of working with a coach is placing you in a position to gain another perspective. A good coach can assist you in gaining greater understanding of yourself and others as seek to build the people around you and the organisation you are a part of. A coach can help you gain clarity and increase perspective, create clear goals and plans, and work with you to manage the challenges that arise as you go about achieving performance in your business. As we coach we may act as a support, a sounding board, a confidante, a mentor, a leader and a coach. Very often, managers will use their coach as a sounding board for confidential matters or works in progress.
Ready for coaching?
Readiness is an important consideration when considering whether Coaching is an appropriate development intervention for your manager or direct report. Often development interventions, coaching training, study alike can be destined for failure when an employee is forced to attend. We can help you ascertain the suitability of coaching for yourself or your team member, in addition to the appropriateness of coaching for your needs during our initial conversation. Please contact us here if you would like to discuss this further.
Common areas for coaching include:
Developing core management skills; Preparing for, and implementing change; Leading teams and relationship building skills; Creating and managing Expectations; Strategy development ; Behaviour Change; Career change / internal promotion preparation; Communication Skills; Workload and stress management
Who works with a coach?
Executives looking to grow their capacity to lead and manage in their organisation.
Managers looking for a tool to retain high talent staff.
Managers looking for support in leading their teams and maximising and their performance.
Employees participating in leadership and high talent programs