Professional coaching brings many wonderful benefits: fresh perspectives on personal challenges, enhanced decision-making skills, greater interpersonal effectiveness, and increased confidence. And, the list does not end there. Those who undertake coaching also can expect appreciable improvement in productivity, satisfaction with life and work, and the attainment of relevant goals.
Professional coaching maximizes potential and, therefore, unlocks latent sources of productivity.
Improved Work Performance
Improved Business Management
Improved Time Management
Improved Team Effectiveness
Building the self-confidence of employees to face challenges is critical in meeting organizational demands.
Improved Self Confidence
Improved Communication Skills
Improved Life/Work Ballance
Return on Investment
Coaching generates learning and clarity for forward action with a commitment to measurable outcomes. The vast majority of companies (86%) say they at least made their investment back.
Virtually all companies and individuals who hire a coach are satisfied.
“Somewhat” or “Very Satisfied” with the overall experience
Would reapeat the process
Source: ICF Global Coaching Client Study was commissioned by the ICF but conducted independently by PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Supporting Employee Development
Purpose of the program
This training program is intended for any manager, trainer, or supervisor who is responsible for initially teaching skills to a group of employees and then providing ongoing coaching and support. The focus of this workshop is on “soft” skills, such as interviewing, customer service, selling, making presentations, supervising, telephone reception, and patient care. Much of it can also be applied to the coaching of “hard” skills, such as computer applications.
Coaching skill development encompasses several competencies: how to teach skills, conduct skill practice, coach on the job performance, and adjust to the learning style of trainees. Each of these competencies will be addressed in this program. This training program works best with participants who share similar roles and teach similar skills.