Maximise Potential!

 

An increasing number of organisations (including schools)  are using coaching as a learning and development tool to maximise the performance of individual staff and teams. The ICF Report 'Building a Coaching Culture' (2014) listed the Top 5 reasons for accessing coaching as:-

* Leadership Development Strategy

* Improve Communications Skills

* Improve Team Work

* Improve Decision Making

* Increase Productivity

* Increase Employee Engagement

WHAT IS COACHING THEN?

In this short video clip coaches attempt to explain what it is that they do!

And now for the serious answer to that question!

The International Coaching Federation defines coaching as ' partnering with clients in a thought provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximise their personal and professional potential'

HOW DOES A COACH WORK?

Typically a coach will meet with a client for a series of pre-booked coaching appointments. Each appointment lasting anywhere between 30 minutes and 2 hours. Coaching sessions may continue over a period of 3 to 12 months . These can be conducted face to face, via SKYPE or telephone. 

COACHING OUTCOMES​
  • Coaching is goal oriented and a future focussed discipline. Coaches use a range of tools and techniques with their clients which, when coaching is successful, leads to a range of outcomes such as:-

  • Clearly defined goals for personal and professional life

  • A plan for reaching these goals and overcoming any perceived hindrances

  • Improved skill performance - many people enter coaching in order to be a better 'leader, communicator, manager' for example

  • Confident transition from one phase of life to another - for example promotion at work, retirement

  • Enhanced personal skills - for example assertiveness, self-esteem, team work

  • Decreased levels of stress and increased feelings of well-being and positivity

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