The original definition of a ‘coach’ was a method of transport which moved us from one place to another. Although there are many other definitions, this is still one of the best ways of understanding coaching - as a way of moving from a current level of performance to a desired, higher level of performance. Providing a safe, professional and objective environment in which to explore the present situation, future objectives and consider progress is a proven way of helping people to make strides forward.
Our approach to help individuals to identify their strengths and use these strengths to overcome their weaker areas and blindspots. The best solutions come from the person who is being coached; our aim and responsibility is to help people to see their potential and set their own goals to bring the desired changes.
Psychometric assessment and 360 feedback can help to provide focussed, clear and objective insight. When used, these tools focus our clients on critical areas and fast. This helps them to work effectively on the most critical areas for their success.
We have extensive and specialist expertise in these tools, bringing a unique edge to our coaching offering.
Coaching is confidential and requires trust & rapport between coach and coachee in order to be effective. We have a variety of experienced coaches and will provide a best-match with our clients. At the same time, the best professional goals set by our coachees, whether executive, management or junior, will be connected to the needs of their organisation. We hold this tension together by ensuring that we have a clear understanding of the organisation’s needs and expectations at the outset.
Our measure of success? When we observe our clients taking hold of their potential, applying their skills to make performance-enhancing changes of their own accord.