We may have the potential but simply relying on it is not enough.
Expertise in coaching has found to be an important component of effective goal process. Mental training and the way we relate to our body’s responses are key elements to success and health. We may lack strategies and skill-sets that are necessary to experience the success we desire. A coaching conversation is more than simply being supportive. It often involves those strategies and skill-sets that facilitate insight, utilize hidden resources and harness potential. An effective coaching conversation goes beyond the nod and the paraphrase.
A coaching conversation is more than simply being supportive. An effective coaching process goes beyond the nod and the paraphrase.
Develop leadership skills and competencies. Develop self-management and self-control which is essential in every supervisory role.
Actionable support to new executives during the first months. Develop competencies to adapt effectively to transitions and changes.
Develop high potential candidates and high flyers. Address derailing behaviours that are impacting performance and culture.
The whole is greater than the sum of its parts. Achieve team outcomes that are greater than the sum of individual efforts.
ACHIEVE YOUR GOALS
Identify your goals. Resolve roadblocks that are obstructing performance and impeding aspirations. Deliver results.
Tap into your past successes, utilize them and ‘transfer’ them to the present. Use the same mental tools athletes do.
BRIEF AND FOCUSED
Coaching that is brief, focused and does not beat around the bush. More than simple goal setting and support.
TAILORED TO YOU
The coaching process is tailored to fit you rather than the other way round. Change starts from the first session.
BACKED BY SCIENCE
Backed by neuroscience and applied psychology research. Experience that spans two decades and in many countries.
Use effective mental tools to achieve your goals.
Don’t be fooled by the non-sense around you. There’s only one coaching with a wide range of applications. Settings differ. Goals differ. You differ (not as much as you think). Coaches differ.
So what happens behind closed doors? Here’s what to expect.
You’ve probably been lying to yourself for years although you haven’t really been completely sold. I am not another nodder and I’ll call your bluff.
Insight is valuable but it does not always lead to action. Expect insight and learning to be linked with actionable steps so that results will take place.
EXPECTING THE BEST
There are times we need someone to believe in us more than we believe in ourselves. That often means asking from you more than you have been asking from yourself.
CUT THROUGH CLUTTER
Listening and reflecting are prerequisites for effective coaching. But that just doesn’t cut it. We’ll cut through your mental and emotional clutter so that you can move forward.
Expect disruption and going beyond previously held boundaries which changes the way you view yourself. When that changes, everything changes.
NOT JUST GOALS
We won’t become victims of goal-obsessed coaching. Don’t become too fixated on results that you sacrifice life. Too much sacrifice is never success.
Coaching is not just about work. It answers the question who do we want to be? It is this clarification that will determine the direction we’ll take, the goals we’ll set, the how of our successes, the choices we’ll make and eventually the life we’ll lead.