- Hothouse the development of individuals, preparing them for more significant leadership roles within your organisation
- Make your existing training expenditure more effective by embedding new skills into practice
- Help staff to consider their role and function and become more effective internally and externally
- Support staff who are new to your organisational culture
- Enable managers to become much more effective
- Build high performance teams
When you hold a senior position, it is valuable to have structured conversation with someone who has a great deal of experience as a leader but who is also detached from your immediate work environment.
Coaching grows leaders in two ways. It helps current leaders to reach their objectives. And it grows the next generation of leaders.
As well as coaching chief executives and departmental heads, I am particularly interested in coaching middle managers so that they become more effective both as managers and also as key influencers internally and externally. In this way, organisations are able to grow their own leadership capacity.
But it is not just about individuals: coaching helps to build top class teams who hold each other to account. Coaching can make a strong contribution to the development of your staff. It enables individual staff and teams to learn, develop and perform to their potential.
Choose a series of 'coaching conversations' or a coaching programme:
A space for leaders to think-out-loud and solve problems. You can use regular but infrequent coaching sessions to work on anything which is front of mind but for which the next steps are not immediately clear to you. Enquire >
Draw up and meet challenging work objectives; or prepare for your next career step; or become a more effective manager. Enquire >