A coach is someone who helps you hear what you don’t want to hear, who helps you see what you don’t want to see, in order that you can be who you have always known you could be. – Tom Landry
Coaching is the catalyst in taking an individual, group or team from where they are today to where they want to be!
Are you ready to fully unleash the power and success of the individual, group or team that you know is there!
“The individual being coached receives the individual attention — and personal support — they most need to be consistent performers. A coach has the time — and the experience — to give each individual exactly what they need at their specific level of play.
The individual strengths and potential of each coachee is discovered, developed and leveraged. For many clients, they know what they are good at, but they have yet to be challenged to be their best at that.
Communication at all levels of the organization is improved due to the communication and relating skills which are developed with coaching. The right word, the right tone and the right timing can make or break a key relationship. Coaches help others to master the set of communication skills — everything from listening and hearing to speaking and influencing. From discussing to brainstorming to describing and articulating. The ability to communicate extremely well makes an immediate and long-term difference to a company’s culture and creates a collaborative environment.
Coaching works because it fosters entrepreneurial thinking and behaviour when coachees receive the necessary encouragement to experiment and innovate. Coaches encourage thinking outside of the box, taking more initiative, becoming more passionate, owning results and inspiring others to be the same.
Coaching works because it offers a common/universal language and focus that everyone can relate to. The term coach signifies a more advanced, more inter-developmental relationship between all players in a firm. People get to learn how coaching works and by doing so, they expand their relationships in the firm.
Coaching works because people are empowered — and motivated — to perform; significantly increased outcomes are the key focus, not just process or improvements. When people are coached, they are coached to do far more than they would do themselves — this gap creates a vacuum into which blockbuster performance occurs. And, by having one’s own coach, the employee is motivated to want to perform — from the inside out — not just perform because they have to. The tone, the flavor, the feeling is different and the need for constant motivation is lessened.
Coaching works because coaches help coachees to identify and eliminate every single toleration, block or obstacle that is limiting their performance. With a coach, the coachee stops tolerating and becomes motivated to improve every aspect of the work environment.”
Excerpts from: The Top 10 Reasons Why Coaching Works Within an Organization by Thomas J. Leonard