Research shows that Executive Coaching is a highly effective learning and development tool, which has a significant impact on personal performance. You can expect a personal growth programme tailored to meet your needs and a systematic process, called the GROW coaching model. My approach is designed to eliminate trial and error, and help you to find solutions to succeed.
As you know yourself, qualifications alone do not guarantee success. For me, realising this was jaw dropping.
Lots of enthusiasm, a strong positive mental attitude and consistent self-confidence to pull it all together, are also required. However, unless you’re highly disciplined and have lots of spare time you’ll struggle to do this on your own. You don’t have to go it alone, feel isolated or boxed into a corner with few options.
Why Executive Coaching is so useful
That’s where I come in. As your Executive Coach I am empathic and completely focused on you and what’s stopping you from progressing. I will challenge you and pick up on any contradictions in what you say, and hold you accountable for the tasks you commit to doing.
My HR knowledge and expertise means I will also make useful suggestions and act as a strong sounding board for your ideas.
If you’re juggling a number of competing demands on your time, you’ll find that you can achieve a great deal in a 2-hour 1-1 Executive Coaching session, especially if these are spread across a six month period.
To find out more you must look at the bigger picture. Your personal development affects other peoples’ lives. Working in HR means that you’re in a unique position to influence the personal growth of managers, which is hugely rewarding to them and their staff, and of course the organisation benefits too.
Your Next Step
If you want to make effective changes in your working life in 2018, stop feeling stuck or confused about your next move, then get ahead and take the next step by telling me about your situation here.