What is Performance Coaching?
Coaching is a form of one-to-one learning, where a coach supports the client to create learning and self-development in a way that benefits them, and thereby also benefits their team or their Organisation.
The overall focus of the coaching programme is to help the client to gain an awareness of their present situation, and to take responsibility to act on this awareness so as to achieve their goals.
- Self-Awareness, using MBTI (Myers-Briggs Type Indicator)
- Getting feedback from work colleagues
- Identification of Strengths & Areas for Development
- Setting Work & Life Goals
- Measuring ongoing performance against the goals set
- Managing key relationships
- Work-Life Balance
- Time & Stress Management
- Leadership & Motivation
- Communication & Presentation Style
(as each coaching programme is tailored to needs of the individual client, the above list is just an overview of what is generally covered)
The coaching programme usually consists of nine half-day sessions (9.30am – 1.30pm), with approximately a month between each session. The client thereby gets the opportunity to work between sessions on the goals & tasks agreed at each session.
Given the nature of coaching, the exact number of sessions may vary from person to person.