Learn - Link - lead.
Have you ever wanted to find ways to deal with:
Have you ever wondered:
Have you ever:
If you can identify with any of these, then leadership coaching could help you.
One of the most difficult things that we have to do in our fast-paced lives is to find time to reflect and learn from our experiences. Coaching creates a private space where you can consider leadership in the context of your own work.
On the whole, coaching is non-directive; that is, it isn’t going to give you all the answers. Having said that, we also support you from our own experience and knowledge and help you to fill your toolbox with things that can help you on a day to day basis.
The great thing about coaching is that we help you to put what you LEARN together and LINK it to your own work context, so that you use and embed new skills that will help you to LEAD effectively and with confidence.
The great thing about coaching is that we help you to put what you Learn together and link it to your own work context, so that you use and embed new skills that will help you to lead effectively and with confidence.
What can leadership coaching do for me?
Leadership coaching can help you to:
What does leadership coaching provide?
Leadership coaching helps:
Who is leadership coaching for?
Anyone in a leadership role, or looking to move into leadership can benefit from coaching.
“Leaders are made, not born” (Vince Lombardi). We all need to learn …
If you are undertaking a formal leadership course, (MBA maybe, or ILM perhaps?), then coaching can help you to embed your new learning and put your new leadership ideas into your own context. It is said that without practising what we learn within 2 days, we will lose it….That can be where coaching will help you to truly understand and use your new skills so that they become sustainable over the long term.
What do clients say about coaching?
Being able to talk at length about … my personal barriers, as well as strengths; and how I can start to approach ways of thinking that improve my self-perspective a bit!
It was great to actually have time to reflect on my own practice and discuss where I need to go next. It allowed me to lift a lot of weight off of my shoulders.
It was good to come away with a ‘bigger picture’ of myself and what I am doing / how / why, as you don’t often get this opportunity