Coaching creates the space and time to explore and face the challenges of leadership within a confidential and unique one to one relationship.
Great coaching requires a combination of the right relationship, the right time and the right place, alongside clear personal and business objectives. By paying attention to each of these elements, we are able to offer coaching that will deliver what you need, when you need it. These are the different approaches that we can take – we can create a coaching experience that is based around just one of these approaches, or a combination of them all.
Sometimes someone needs support and challenge over a period of time, in order to help them make a specific behavioural change, prepare for a new role, support them in an existing role or build their confidence.Read more...
Working with a coach over a minimum of 6 months allows them to explore issues and challenges deeply. The unique and intimate relationship that they have with their coach allows them to access and unblock obstacles to success and also offers confidential, unbiased support, whilst still paying attention to the objectives that have been set by the business.
Every now and then an issue emerges which needs dealing with quickly and the more traditional approach to coaching over a 6-month period may take too long.Read more...
Intensive coaching is a way of immersing the coach and coachee in the issue that they are focused on, over a 12, 24 or even 48 hour period. Coaching in this intensive way allows people to keep revisiting the issue after periods of reflection and has been proven to deliver results, fast. It takes skill, experience and practice to support this kind of coaching exploration – skill and experience that our coaches have in abundance.
Paying attention to the coaching environment is also crucial – identifying places that will be conducive to unlocking people’s imagination, away from anchors to negative patterns of behaviour or the issue itself. This could be walking in the mountains, along the coast, in a park or even sat in a café with a great view – all of these places stimulate a different part of the brain and support the exploration of challenges and issues in a safe environment.
Coaching doesn’t just have to be focused on one or two of your most senior leaders. From our experience, offering coaching earlier in someone’s career can have a profound impact on the decisions that they make and the way they develop.Read more...
Coaching surgeries create a way of giving access to coaching to more people within your organisation. The coach can meet with a number of people in one day, depending on the length of the coaching offered. And because they are there for the day, it’s more cost effective for your business.
Coaching doesn’t just have to be face to face. Sometimes time, travel and geography are prohibitive and this doesn’t need to get in the way of offering your people the support that they need.Read more...
Telephone based coaching creates a different kind of focus. People are able to pay attention to the challenges that they wish to discuss, without distraction, and our coaches are experienced at building rapport and listening for subtle signs and signals when relationships aren’t face to face. For many people, telephone coaching can also be a great addition to face to face coaching as it can offer more immediate support when an issue arises.
Why might someone need a coach?
Our coaches are more than the qualifications they hold. As a team of talented individuals, they are all successful and highly thought of within their field.Read more...
With expertise ranging from confidence and gravitas, to systemic and organisational thinking, to perfectionism and resilience, our coaches have the ability to help change people’s lives for the better. They also have a proven track record of directly impacting on people’s performance and effectiveness at work.
Would you like to find out more, or would you like to talk with our coaching team or one of our coaches? Call or email Emma Webb on 0117 370 1802 or firstname.lastname@example.org