5 important elements help clients get the best from our services.
The coaching relationship must involve a clear triangular contract between the business, the coachee and the coach. This is agreed at the outset.
A healthy coaching relationship is more than just a set of meetings. It involves a natural conversation flow including lots of questions, good humour, occasional heated discussion, blunt truths and plenty of reflective pauses.
Whilst it’s important that stakeholders know their input will be considered and debated during the coaching sessions they can’t fix the coaching goals, only the coachee can do that. Stakeholders will also input to the final coaching assignment report.
COMPLEMENTARY LEARNING RESOURCES
Other sources of learning are embedded into the coaching sessions enabling the coachee to tap into deep, dormant sources of inspiration. This can include anything from MBA studies to Buddhism practice.
A business leadership coaching assignment may continue for months but fundamental personal change may take years. This transformation requires support from the business’ internal performance management and learning and development processes.
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