How Can Corporate Coaching help your business?
People are the most important asset of any business. When employees feel valued and engaged they are far more likely to do well for their organisation. Good CEO’s and HR Directors are fully aware of the value that strong leaders bring to the success of a company and will therefore recognise that those leaders may need support to reach the performance levels expected.
HR departments are responsible for dealing with laws, regulation, organisational structure changes, discipline and recruitment. As they juggle these daily challenges, external coaching services can provide them with welcome assistance to foster a strong and happy workforce.
Services available to support your people:
In May 2019 Robert Half did a study of 23,00 UK employees which showed that 13% of them were unhappy at work. The latest data from the Health and Safety Executive’s Labour Force Survey shows that over 15 MILLION days were lost over a 12-month period due to reported mental health problems including stress, anxiety or depression caused or exacerbated by work. These figures serve to highlight the need to invest in your workforce. Ignore the signs at your peril.
Leadership coaching is valuable for board members plus the wider management team and team leaders. Working one to one allows the client to develop in as a person and a leader.
Coaching can provide a leader with new perspectives and and a greater focus. The process helps leaders to implement personal and organisational change by providing support and keeping them focused on achieving their personal and professional goals.
Team coaching can help a team to work more effectively together. It can help to suggest potential improvements of working together, as well as encourage positive communication. By coaching as a team each member has the opportunity to connect with and listen to, each other member to better understand their, perspectives and needs, clarify their goals, and identify and discuss new ideas to benefit the organisation.
What Coaching do you need in your organisation? These questions might help the thought process…
- Are your Directors directing effectively?
- Are your managers managing effectively?
- Are your staff happy, productive and engaged?
- Do your team members work well together?
- Do you have high staff turnover?
- How many days are lost to staff sickness?
Due to the nature of the coaching relationship and as instructed by the Association for Coaching, all information acquired by the coach, be it through assessments, interviews or coaching conversations, will be kept strictly confidential and cannot be shared with anyone, including the sponsor Company, without the clients permission.
Coaching often uncovers a number of common issues and training gaps.
If express permission is given by one or more coachees, these particular issues can be raised with the appropriate member of the senior team. Coachee feedback can be given anonymously if preferred.
Every organisation is unique, therefore corporate coaching services are tailored to your Company’s specific needs.