Goal and Results based Coaching for Individuals and Groups
Why hire a Coach:
According to an ICF and HCI study, 60% of respondents from organizations with strong coaching cultures report their revenue to be above average, compared to their peer group. Coaching is a powerful arrangement that has an impact even on an organization’s financial performance.
In a coaching engagement, an individual or group works with a professional certified coach who facilitates them in achieving their own goals and/or solving their own issues. Through virtual, telephonic or in-person sessions, a coach helps executives develop the skills, behaviours and attitudes they need and think through and tackle their own problems. The ultimate goal of coaching is self-reliance. Coaching assists your people to unlock more of their potential and get better results.
Modes of Coaching:
- Individual Coaching – one-to-one coaching fully customised to an individual’s situation and need.
- Group Coaching – where a group (of upto 6 individuals) has a common or similar needs that they are willing to share and work with in a group.
- Post-Workshop Coaching – follow-up coaching from any of our workshops to help the coachees fully absorb and utilized the skills and tools taught. This could be either individual or group coaching.
- Coaching Clinics – we also offer coaching clinics for organisations willing to consider in-house coaching as a long-term benefit for their people
The Change Business offers:
- Executive coaching – goal or issue-based coaching. This could be an outcome of a specific need identified during talent reviews, high potential planning or succession planning. Coaching could be used to:
- Develop high potential employees
- Set and exceed challenging performance goals
- Seek an improvement in specific skills, such as communication, delegation, or emotional intelligence
- Transition into a new role
- Develop a succession plan
- Have an independent, unbiased sounding board
- Presentation Skills coaching – results based coaching on achieving the objectives of a presenter. This could be from feedback garnered of current results of success in sales, getting ideas across or to prepare for a high stakes presentation. Coaching can be used to assist the coachee
- Be more structured and organised
- Be able to analyse the audience needs and wants
- Be clear on their (the presenter’s) own objectives
- Be able to answer tough and unexpected questions during and after the presentation
- Build presence
- Be engaging and memorable
- Be able to get the final desired results at the end of the presentation