The reason top sports people have coaches is because they want to maximise their performance – and they can’t see their own blindspots.
More is being demanded of our leaders and teams than ever before and if they are expected to operate at a level of high performance, they need the invaluable help of a coach.
Coaching is valuable for many reasons:
It allows the individual to clarify their goals and how to take appropriate action in achieving them
The coachee can ask questions and explore scenarios in a safe space
It increases the ability to interact effectively with people who have different drives and perspectives
It enables the coach to flag up potential blind spots and biases in a way that supports, not judges.
It can reduce learning curves from years to weeks.
"Coaching is unlocking a person's potential to maximise their own performance.It's helping them to learn, rather than teaching them."
- Tim Gallwey
Our coaches support your leaders and teams to reach their strategic and organisational goals, collaborate with their teams and colleagues and develop strong working relationships. We work with you to avoid the damage caused by disengagement, underperformance and conflict in the workplace
For coaching to be effective, we find that it is beneficial to commit to a programme of sessions. This ensures the insights gained can be applied in the context of the workplace, with the results discussed, reviewed and refined in the following session. This allows the learning to be embedded and success habits to be effectively developed.