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Executive and Career Coaching Explained.
Coaching is for everyone whether you’re at the top or starting the climb of the career ladder, maybe you’ve stepped off it for a while and now want to return. You could be at a crossroads or the beginning of a new journey. It’s all-inclusive when it comes to navigating the idiosyncrasies between career and life goals – the professional versus the person.
Executive and Career coaching are both result-oriented systematic processes where the coach and the coachee work in partnership. Executive coaching facilitates increased productivity and performance relating to company and personal objectives, plus navigating all that comes with being a leader in good and tough times. Career coaching provides an opportunity to explore and discover your specific needs, desires, and areas of support and blindspots or when at a crossroads or preparing for a transition, or transformation or mapping out your future career development path. Either way, it’s a relationship built on trust and mutual respect where vulnerability, open conversation, undivided attention is given to the spoken and unspoken word. That way we hear and see your perspective allowing us to co-create to achieve your goals. Our objectivity is vital in serving you and keeping your ambitions in sight and on track.
The International Coach Federation (ICF) defines ‘Coaching’ as ‘partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximise their personal and professional potential.’ We couldn’t agree more.
. C-Suite . Executives . Leadership . Managers . Entry Level . Returnees . Career Transition . Transformation & Strategy .
Coaching and Training – What’s the difference?
We get asked about this a lot. Here is our answer:
Coaching presents an opportunity to work in partnership to explore and discover your specific needs, areas of support, topics and subjects that require focus.
Training is about transferring knowledge to increase learning in new areas. However, it relies on learners remembering the detail so it can be applied to improve performance and productivity.
We believe they co-exist, one needing the other to achieve maximum return on personal and organisational growth.
Learn more: The difference between coaching and training