To tackle complex challenges your organisation needs people who can be open, flexible and adapt to changes skilfully. Leaders, managers and key professionals need to do this as well as develop these capabilities in others. This requires systemic thinking, finely tuned self-awareness and relationship management skills, which a good coach can help develop.
I provide coaching for executives and key professionals, helping them make sense of feedback, develop self-awareness and navigate complex challenges in uncertain and changing contexts.
Coaching support can be provided as part of corporate development and talent management programmes or independently to support individuals facing complex challenges.
Topic areas can include:
- Developing emotional intelligence – self-awareness, self-management and relationship skills
- Developing personal resilience and well-being
- Career development and career transitions
- Leading organisation change and transformation
- Collaboration and partnership working
Coaching has the advantage of being tailored to individuals’ needs and work/life context, providing relevant support and immediately transferable learning. I work flexibly to meet the needs of the situation and provide a tailored coaching programme. This can be ‘brief’ coaching for accelerated support on specific issues or an extended programme for personal development and change.
I often use feedback processes, my own relationship review process, the Relationship Insights Generator™ (RIG) and psychometric questionnaires in this work.
Please contact me to discuss coaching for your organisation.
I provide coach supervision in Action Learning Supervision groups of 4 to 6 people (a cost-effective way of supporting in-house coaches). After 4 or 5 facilitated sessions the aim is that the group becomes self-managing. I’m an Accredited Master Executive Coach with the Association for Coaching and co-author of the chapter Action Learning Supervision in Supervision in Coaching edited by Jonathan Passmore, Association for Coaching/Kogan Page, 2011.