Coaching"Coaching is unlocking a person's potential to maximise their own performance. It is helping them to learn rather than teaching them" - Sir John Whitmore, Coaching for Performance
Workplace coaching is essentially about two key things:
- Focused attention - raising awareness of key issues that are blocking growth and development or strengths that aren’t being leveraged
- Intentional action - committing to purposeful and strategic follow through that delivers positive change.
“When done well, coaching boosts not just employees’ capabilities but also their self-confidence, helping them function both more autonomously and at a higher level,” wrote Daniel Goleman in The New Leaders (2002). “... the coaching style may not scream ‘bottom-line results’, but in a surprising indirect way, it delivers them.”
As an accredited coach with Growth Coaching International, Aubrey Warren can help you “transform good intentions into great results” with the proven GROWTH model.
- One to one coaching
- Manager as Coach skill development workshops
- Intensive coaching skills and coach accreditation programs (through Growth Coaching International)
- Team Coaching workshops
From a practical perspective, coaching offers a number of advantages:
- It can be customised and tailored to individual developmental needs
- It is flexible in terms of delivery and timing
- It is a supportive and focused activity that helps the individual optimise their time, attention and effort.
“Executives and HR managers know coaching is the most potent tool for inducing positive personal change, ensuring better-than-average odds of success and making the change stick for the long-term”
- The Ivy Business Journal, Sept-Oct. 2000