Introduction to Coaching
One to one performance coaching is the way for both organisations and individuals to significantly impact the bottom line
Coaching at the top is cost effective and rapid – acting at the point of maximum leverage, where it can generate change and cascade behaviours through the organisation.
Coaching is "just in time" learning – as opposed to training, which could be "just in case" learning. If coaching is combined with training, the learning can be applied and thoroughly integrated back in the workplace.
The structured, outcomes-led process guides individuals – and teams – through their own business challenges, clarifies issues, examines limiting beliefs and generates solutions with a compelling course of action.
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Executive coaching is the art of facilitating another's performance, learning and development. It is a modern day concept that synthesises the best from psychology, business, communications, mentoring, counselling, consulting, transformation, philosophy, spirituality, finance and sports. [MORE]
At a coaching session, you will bring an agenda of issues or items you wish to work with and your coach will help you solve problems, establish priorities and make the most of opportunities. Your coach will challenge, offer alternatives and provide support. [MORE]
Performance coaching. Coaching activities here are aimed at enhancing an individual’s performance in their current role at work, to increase their effectiveness and productivity at work. [MORE]
Internal coaches are likely to be used for less senior staff. With suitable training and a suitable organisation culture, line managers can also adopt a coaching approach. [MORE]
Today's organisations will get the most benefit by establishing a coaching culture in which managers adopt a coaching approach and use of internal and external coaches is recognised as an effective way of improving performance. [MORE]
High performance teams are vital to the success of organisations in today's dynamic environment. Teams perform best if the members share a range of skills that allow them to perform their function. These include technical skills and team skills. [MORE]
It is often sensible for the organisation to identify a number of suitable coaches (a 'pool') who fit the desired requirements of the organisation. [MORE]
There are many reasons why organisations should employ coaches, such as:
Brefi Group has a dedicated programs designed for managers who wish to improve their leadership style and for individuals who wish to train as a professional coach. [MORE]
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