One-on-one coaching supports employee growth and development, strengths performance and job satisfaction, and promotes retention—especially when used proactively. Coaching can identify and develop areas of improvement, such as how you lead, how you delegate; where you are and where you want to go. You can empower yourself or others to take your skills and talents, along with the entire organization, to the next level.
As experienced coaches, we work with all levels from new supervisors and managers, new HR leaders, executives, senior management, and struggling high performers. We can identify roadblocks, create a plan, and work through learning and development tools to set up the individual for success. The coaching relationship, based on mutual respect with negotiated boundaries, provides one on one feedback for organizational goals from a systems perspective.
A coach’s primary job is to provide motivation, structure, and purposeful feedback. Two key aspects of the process are perspective and constructive dialogue. Your coach will ask questions, in a respectful spirit of inquiry, as a way to:
- Address your goals and challenges
- Question your assumptions
- Improve your listening or conflict management skills
- Initiate role clarification
- Align your leadership goals and characteristics
At the end of the day, your coach will provide resources to sustain focused learning and development for short and long-term personal and professional goals.
- Management coaching and development
- One-on-one or group development
- Strategic career paths and succession planning
- 360 review assessments and planning
- Change management facilitation
- Conflict resolution with our experienced, trained mediators
Encourage leaders to embrace their skills, innovate, and have confidence to take charge of their departments and responsibilities.
When you invest in your employees’ talents and healthy workplace relationships, your entire company benefits.
When your leaders are confident and empowered, they can more effectively engage and motivate the rest of your employees.
Read more about the benefits of coaching in this recent Forbes’ article: How Enterprise-wide Leadership Coaching Benefits Organizational R