Do you have a coaching culture in your
organisation? Coaching is an important element in a manager's relationship with their
staff. Increasingly managers are being asked to coach their staff. But how
well equipped are they to do so?
Our Motivate Coaching Skills Programme involves a
mixture of one-to-one coaching for the managers themselves, a two
day training course to learn coaching techniques, ongoing support
and back-up for as long as it is required.
The programme is designed to teach managers how
to use coaching techniques in developing their staff. It can also be
used to create a pool of internal coaches available for staff to use
when they need to talk to someone outside their normal management
The role of the coach is to
facilitate the learning and reflective processes. This in turn leads
to the ability to deal with problems in new and more open ways.
We can work with managers to help them understand the importance of coaching as
part of the manager's role.
Workplace Performance Coaching
Workplace Performance Coaching concentrates on working with
individuals within specific business contexts. These might include:
Executive Coaching - working with senior level managers to resolve
issues such as change management
Management issues eg interpersonal skills or team
Individuals who are not performing to an
Specialist knowledge eg marketing
Business needs eg strategy
Individuals who are looking to change roles or for promotion
How can a Coaching Programme help?
By developing coaching skills within the
organisation you will be creating a rich source of talent that will
enable your organisation to:
achieve more with fewer resources
increase personal effectiveness
develop leadership skills and performance
improve communication skills
deal effectively with change and transition
Using a coach can quickly
improve an individuals ability to function well across a wide area