Typically, coaching is about momentum, identifying goals, removing obstacles, generating options, planning action, and actioning the plan. This can focus on the individual, their team or the organisation or business.
By highlighting successes and learning from mistakes, the process brings about a new level of personal effectiveness. So, through a series of specially-devised sessions, the coach works with the individual or team to achieve their goals. The coach helps to identify talents and strengths of the individual or team and its members and to value them and then use these to approach areas of challenge.
The end result is an individual or team that operates more effectively and confidently and contributes to a stronger bottom line and or the organisation’s aims.
Coaching as part of a people strategy can help in many ways, for example: