By removing interference, performance would equal potential, right? But all too often that’s not always the case. From an individual perspective, what stops us performing ‘in the zone’ and from reaching our own potential, could be a lack of self-belief, low self-confidence or a fear of failure. It could be our lack of necessary skills, drive or motivation. We may understand our own true potential, but our performance suffers because our emotions get in the way.
Being in a coaching relationship that is personally designed to address your needs can help elevate your performance.
Some of the areas coaching can help you with are:
- Managing the transition arising from internal promotions
- Developing the talent and potential of your leadership skills
- Improving the performance and effectiveness of managers
- Facilitating change in attitude and behaviour to ensure you deliver the desired results
- Build effective teams that ultimately contribute to bottom line improvements
- Tackle deep rooted patterns of behaviour which may inhibit growth
- Realign goals and objectives to achieve results
- Career development / transition / planning
- Develop capabilities and personal awareness
- Boost confidence and enjoyment
- Raise motivation and sharpen focus
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My work with coaching clients encompasses a confidential conversation that helps the individual to question, explore, and challenge their thinking, enabling them to find the right solutions for themselves and achieve their very best. I help people fulfill their potential by allowing them to recognise the things that hold them back and help them discover ways around them. This involves challenging, as well as supporting them, so they can build their skills and improve their performance in a balanced way.
In a nut shell, coaching is . . .
- Performance focused but people centered – entirely confidential
- About releasing potential
- Helping people move out of their comfort zone
- Entirely focused on the needs of the learner
- Motivational and enjoyable
- About drawing out, not putting in
- Helping others to learn as opposed to teaching them about something
Coaching is not . . .
- Structured training (e.g. classroom training)
- Therapy, psychoanalysis, psychotherapy or counselling
- Someone else telling you how to solve your problems
- Telling people what to do and how to do it