A collaborative, solution focused, result-orientated and systematic process in which the coach facilitates the enhancement of work performance, life experience, self-directed learning and person growth of the coachee.
– Grant 1999, basic definition also referred to by the Association for Coaching, 2005
As a Leader or team member you might be encountering challenges related to managing uncertainty, dealing with change, meeting stretching objectives, maintaining focus on what matters or influencing and motivating others. We can assist you in turning these challenges into opportunities by developing coaches, providing coaching services to senior managers and talents, and building coaching culture in the organization.
Via the coaching approach we can help you and your teams to:
- Build new habits
- Increase commitment and empower performance
- Achieve sustainable results
- Gain victories while having fun
We will support you in making discoveries and powerful, result-driven choices in your corporate life. We will assist you in building confidence and taking specific steps towards positive outcomes in business. We will incorporate coaching into your learning and development strategy and ensure sustainability of the application of the newly acquired habits. We will train your managers on how to apply coaching approach. We can assist you to become a certified coach by an internationally renowned coaching institute.
Our coaches have graduated from prestigious international coaching schools whose curriculums are accredited by the International Coach Federation (ICF). We are fully devoted to the ethics and the principles of the coaching profession.
Our bigger purpose in developing coaches and providing coaching services to you and your teams is to encourage you to find your authentic and creative path towards competence, growth and success.
We are passionate about coaching and helping individuals and organizations to live their vision and deliver outstanding results.
“Unlocking a person’s potential to maximize their own performance. It is helping them to learn rather than teaching them.” (Whitmore 2003)