Coaching is a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires people to maximise their personal and professional potential. It is generative, not remedial. It’s all about empowering them to achieve desired growth, learn from their own experiences and to maximise their potential. It is distinctly different from mentoring and counseling as illustrated below 

all about coaching

 

what is coaching

coaching is a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires people to maximise their personal and professional potential

 

it is generative, not remedial

 

it’s all about empowering them to achieve desired growth, learn from their own experiences, and maximise their potential

it is distinctly different from mentoring and counseling as indicated in the illustration below

 

how does coaching work

the goal of every coaching engagement is to focus on individuals thinking, identify their level of competence under which they currently operate and then take them forward with confidential, supportive, and action-oriented discussions

 

coaching typically begins with a personal interview (either face-to-face or by video call) to 
assess the individual's or business’ current opportunities and challenges 

  • define the scope of the relationship 

  • identify priorities for action and 

  • establish specific desired outcomes

 

coaching incorporates an appreciative approach, grounded in what's right, what's working, what's wanted, and what's needed to get there

 

this approach is simple to understand and put to use, and its reach can be profound, opening up new possibilities and spurring action

 

benefits of coaching

coaching maximizes potential therefore unlocking latent sources of productivity in employees but the biggest benefit of coaching is the improved self-confidence to face critical challenges

coaching generates learning and clarity for forwarding action with a commitment to measurable outcomes

 

according to the ICF global coaching client study, 86% of companies said to have achieved their return on investment and virtually all companies who have invested in coaching have had satisfactory results

a detailed investigation of leadership development using five dyadic case studies illustrating the impact of executive coaching was conducted by oxford brookes university.

 

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for more information on how coaching interventions can help leaders, please refer to two links below

 

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is coaching for me?

the answer to this question lies in the answer to the following two questions

  • do you want to make a positive change in your life?

  • are you ready to put in the work to make that change happen?

 

if they answer yes to both, then coaching will work 100% for you

if you're still confused, do avail a free demo session - click here to register

 

how can i measure return on my investment?

larger organisations, the return of investment (ROI) can be measured using their internal feedback mechanism; for example the manufacturing industry uses NPS or net promoter score to measure the overall performance, and that works well

for smaller organisations and individuals we can measure through assessments or a simple feedback mechanism since change /transformation is personal and the measure is observed behavior

do connect with us to discuss how we can help you measure your ROI

 

how soon can i see results?

the short answer is your results depend on you - your commitment and discipline

the long answer is that while it takes 21 days to set a habit and 90 days to make it a lifestyle. coaching cannot be measured that way

since each individual is unique the goal for coaching sessions is also uniquely tied up to the individual 

some of our clients observed results in the first session itself, some after 2/3 sessions while some observed the changes later after completing the session 

do connect with us to discuss this further

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