Coaching enables the individual seeking coaching to improve their strengths, build upon their weaknesses and recognise their own resources and capabilities.
Many people have different reasons for seeking coaching.
Coaches work within an objective and structured process to empower the individual seeking coaching to arrive at their own decisions through direct and challenging discussion evoking thought and transformation.
Types of coaching available
Leadership & Management Coaching
An individualised process that builds a Leader’s capability to achieve short- and long-term organizational goals. Coaching is personalised, customised, usually conducted one-on-one for a defined period of time and with a specific business purpose in mind. Leadership coaching focuses on enhancing performance for leaders at all levels.
Focuses on helping the individual moving from where they are to where they want themselves and their organisation to be. It is one on one coaching with an objective third party not linked to the Executives organisation. Executive coaching supports and develops the individual within the context of their job whilst allowing them to maintain their day to day responsibilities.
Peer learning in a Group setting which enables the collective wisdom of the group to emerge. Group Coaching is less about putting the individual on the spot and more about aligning the group or team towards a joint goal. Group Coaching is beneficial when there is change, conflict or misplaced goal alignment. It opens up accountability and can be used as a follow-on to training.
To help you appreciate the skills and experience that you have accumulated. Those opportunities may be through education, upskilling or networking. Your circumstances may have an impact – looking to move in your career but are stuck? Unemployed and want to get back into the workplace? Retired or redundant and struggling to identify where next? – enables you to view the bigger picture, recognise the blockers that are stopping you from being where you want to be and working a path forward to identify opportunities.