What is Coaching?
Is coaching right for you? Wonder how coaching can help you?
Organisations and individuals are investing in coaching because it is a powerful form of development that leads to change and results. According to the ICF, 86% of organisations saw a return on their coaching investment, and 96% of those who have been coached said they would repeat the process again.
Benefits for the Coaching Counterpart (client) include improved communication, better relationships with key stakeholders, career advancement, and greater balance between life and work.
Many Coaching Counterparts (clients) get promoted or acquire a new or expanded role within a year or less of the coaching engagement.
Key benefits for the organisation include increased productivity and performance, reduced costs, growth in revenue and sales, and higher retention and engagement of employees.
Professional Coaching explicitly targets maximising potential and in doing this unlocks latent sources of productivity and effectiveness. At the heart of coaching is a creative and thought-provoking process that supports you to confidently pursue new ideas and alternative solutions with greater resilience in times of greater uncertainty and complexity.
The great benefit of coaching is that you will see quick, positive results as an outcome. Coaching is participative process and people tend to learn and adopt new habits more easily when they are actively engaged in the learning process. As soon as a coaching session ends you can implement a new practice.
Become a better version of Yourself
Nearly everyone faces uncertainty caused by transformation, digitisation and resulting workforce reductions.
Restoring your self-confidence, self-trust, and being aware of your strengths and potential to face the challenges is critical to meet organisational demands and to remain relevant – now and in the future.
Coaching can help you to improve your self-confidence, relationships, communication skills and to maintain your life/work balance!