Coaching

Coaching sessions with highly experienced coaches help leaders to achieve positive and sustainable behavioural change.

Executive Coaching

Executive Coaching

Helping senior leaders identify blind spots, address areas of concern and focus on what's really important.
Transitional Coaching

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

Performance Coaching

Helping leaders to identify and address the gaps that exist between where they are now and where they need to be.

The Approach

Positive and sustainable behavioural change does not happen overnight... With this in mind we employ a highly structured coaching process centred around two key principals:

Stakeholder Centric

Stakeholder Centric

Given the fact that stakeholders are on the receiving end of the leader's behaviour, it's imperative that they play an active role in supporting behavioural change.

Process Driven

Process Driven

To enable a positive and sustainable change we employ a highly structured, albeit simple coaching process that involves the leader, their stakeholders, and the coach.

A Transparent Process that Guarantees Measurable Leadership Growth

Our coaching process focuses on identifying where change is needed, the behaviors that are impacted and incremental changes that are required. There is a particular emphasis on involving stakeholders throughout the process.

The Brief

A breif discussion with the coachee or sponsor to ascertain the overiding objective of the coaching engagement.

Phase 1 - The Engagement

Phase 1 - The Engagement

Chemistry Coffee

The coachee organises chemistry coffee sessions with prospective coaches to determine which coach is the best fit.

Coaching Contract

The coaching contract outlining everyone's role and responsibilities is signed and the coaching engagement begins.

Phase 1 - The Engagement

Phase 2 - Setting the Scene

Situational Assessment

Structured behavioural interviews, 360 degree surveys and psychometric assessments may be employed to assess the current situation.

Coaching Objectives

Objectives for the coaching engagement are defined and shared with managers, sponsors or stakeholders.

Phase 2 - Setting the Scene

Phase 3 - Transitioning

Incremental Change

One to two pivotal areas of change are identified and worked on over the course of 3 - 4 coaching sessions.

The Midway

A check-in with stakholders to determine whether a positive behavioural change has been observed.

Phase 3 - Transitioning

Phase 3 - Transitioning

Incremental Change

An additional one to two pivotal areas of change are identified and worked on over the course of 3 - 4 coaching sessions.

Final Check-in

A final check-in with stakholders to determine the value of the positive behavioural change that has occured.

Phase 4 - The Impact

Most leaders know the answers... They just need someone to ask the right questions.

A proven coaching process and experienced coaches do play a pivotal role in helping leaders make a positive and sustainable behavioural change, but at the end of the day, our success as a coaching organisation is dependent on the courage, humility and discipline of the leaders we work with.

Our coaches are highly experienced and have a wealth of 'real world' business experience to back them up. We are really good at asking the right questions!