Coaching focuses on setting goals to create high performance at work. It enhances skills performance, creates behavioural change, increases work commitment and can boost creativity. It’s used for specific goals and actions over a short defined period of time and is future focused. Its non-directive and based on your agenda. It is one of the most effective development tools available.
- Executive Coaching
- Leadership Coaching
- Team Coaching
- Cognitive Behavioural Coaching
Coaching can be very effective for implementing diversity strategies, supporting women in leadership or employees returning to work after long periods away. It’s often used for high performers, those on talent programmes or leaders in critical, pivotal roles.
The aim of team coaching is to build higher quality conversations and effective relationships, in turn leading to good ideas, decisions and direction. I work with reality, observing existing organisational processes such as regular meetings. Transparent feedback enables you to understand how the way you relate to each other helps or hinders effective working. Through these reviews, I support you to implement recommended changes, combining this with one to one executive coaching where helpful.