Coaching

Coaching

One-on-one coaching sessions with highly experienced coaches that are designed to sharpen performance,  identify and overcome roadblocks, and help transition from one role to another or from one level to another.

Executive Coaching

Helping senior leaders to identify blind spots, address areas of concern and focus on their individual development needs.

Transitional Coaching

Helping leaders to identify and overcome roadblocks as they transition from one role to another or from one level to another.

Performance Coaching

Helping individuals to identify and overcome performance related issues that are negatively impacting their career.

The Approach

Coaching is an incredibly effective leadership development option... If you get it right. With this in mind we employ a rigerous and structured approach centred around two key principals:

Concise Objectives & Responsibilities

Having concise objectives and a clear understanding of responsibilities is critical to the success of any coaching engagement.

The Right Coach

Deploying the right coach is critical to the success of any coaching engagement, as coaching is often very personal and intimate.
1

Briefing

A briefing from the client on the purpose and background of the coaching assignment. The objective during this stage is to ascertain whether there really is a need for a coach, and what style of coach would be best suited.
2

Coach Submissions

Two or three biographies of relevant coaches (all of whom have extenive business experience) are submitted to the client for the coachee’s consideration. It's imperative that the coachee select who they would like to meet!
3

The Fit

A face-to-face meeting between the coachee and potential coaches is arranged over coffee. The coach is engaged and the coaching program commences when both the coach and coachee feel comfortable that they can work together.
4

Setting Expectations

During the first session the coachee and coach agree on the coaching approach and expected outcomes. In other words, how are they going to work together and what will they focus on. This is then validated with their manager and written into the coaching contract.
5

Midway Check-in

The effectiveness of the coaching program and the coachee’s commitment level is assessed at the midway point. The objective is to determine whether the coach and coachee are on track to achieveing their objectives.
6

Final Check-in

The overall effectiveness of the coaching program is assessed against the objectives, during which time the coach and coachee define a follow up action plan and decide whether additional coaching sessions are required.
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