Executive and Business Coaching
Increasingly organisations and people in business are deciding to make the choice now to book time with a coach for any number of purposes.
There are three constants in life…change, choice and principles – Stephen Covey
Coaching in the business environment has grown significantly for a wide number of reasons.
Reasons for growth
- Rapid and continuous changes in the external business environment.
- Companies are developing inclusive, collaborative work environments to achieve strategic business goals and to maintain high levels of customer satisfaction.
- Companies are investing in individuals’ development to retain and develop staff.
- The mismatch between what managers were trained to do and what their jobs now require of them is broadening due to increasing demands.
- Individuals who have benefited from the excellent results of coaching are talking to more people about it.
What are the benefits of coaching?
- Increased self-awareness and attention.
- Better goal setting.
- A more balanced life.
- Lower stress levels.
- Increased confidence.
- Improved quality of life.
- Enhanced communication skills.
- Increased project completion.
- Improved health or fitness level.
- Better relationship with co-workers.
Douglas King is a member of ICF and has a background in sales, marketing, and event management. He has an Institute of Marketing Diploma; Institute of Direct Marketing Diploma; Institute of Sales Diploma and is an Alumni of the O’Carroll School of Management at Boston College, Massachusetts.
The coaching process
To determine whether you or your organisation will benefit from coaching, you could start by writing down what you would expect to accomplish in coaching.
We can not solve our problems with the same level of thinking that created them – A. Einstein
Coaching is a partnership, which means that you can ask yourself whether collaboration and new perspectives are valued- after all you as a coachee may choose to be held accountable and to make a commitment to take action. Also, ask yourself whether you or your business is ready to devote the time and the energy to making real changes. If the answer is yes, then coaching may be a beneficial way to nurture, grow and sustain.When you have some clarity about a desired outcome, a coaching partnership can be a very useful tool for developing a strategy for how to achieve that outcome more effortlessly.
The next part of the process is to discuss by phone the practical considerations, like the number and dates and times for coaching sessions, related costs, structure and parameters of what will be included in the coaching relationship.
How KingNLP Coaching could support your business
- Improve rapport and communication with colleagues & customers.
- Overcome limiting beliefs that hold back career progression.
- Boost work performance & team- work.
- Provide an encouraging, impartial sounding board.
- Interview preparation or managing meetings.
- Minimise and manage stress.
- Resolve inter-personal conflicts at work.
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