If you’re considering coaching for your team members or employees, you probably have lots of questions.
“How do I introduce the concept to employees? Who do I make coaching available to? How do I minimise the administrative burden? How do I source effective coaches?”.
At WorkLifePsych, we have extensive experience in helping our clients introduce coaching to their organisations. Whether it’s for the leadership, the aspiring leaders, middle management or individual contributors, we know how to tailor coaching to maximise success.
Whether it’s supporting professionals as they adjust to new levels of seniority, coaching high potential team members to adopt a more sustainable approach to their working style or coaching new managers in how to lead – we’ve been there and we know what work.
- Why not all coaching is equally successful
- What effective coaching looks like
- How coaching can help with a range of challenges
- What to look for in a coaching provider
- How to introduce coaching to your employees
- How to minimise the administrative load
- How you can upskill your own managers to be coaches
Richard and Rachael are both experienced Coaching Psychologists with expertise in evidence-based coaching methods and processes. They’ve run numerous coaching skills training courses across varied organisational contexts. Both have coached professionals across levels of seniority, industry sectors and geographical locations.
In short, they’re just the people to help you understand how to avoid coaching pitfalls and making coaching a success in your organisation.
Use the link below to reserve your free ticket and come with your list of questions. We’d be delighted to answer them and demystify coaching for you!