We accompany people through critical steps in their professional paths,
optimization of their collective efficiency, transformation of their managerial -
leadership behaviours & competences, to help them perform better
and create great businesses.
Executive Coaching strengthens strategic intelligence by aligning rational, emotional, intuitive, and relational intelligence.
This coaching/training program has been designed for business executives and HR professionals.
Program participants will learn how to develop a natural daily coaching approach and attitude throughout their leadership journey. They will learn coaching procedures and change methodologies as well as how to use fundamental tools and techniques including those involved in:
- Self-awareness, behavioural and attitude change
- Meaning creation
- Dealing with resistance & conflict
- Leadership development
Coaching helps people to deal with the challenges of professional growth.
Coaching activities focus on the individual’s career concerns, with the coach eliciting and using feedback on the individual’s capabilities as part of a discussion of career options. The process should lead to increased clarity, personal change and forward actions.
Be*Great provides support for executives taking on new positions in their organization. The person involved must calmly and effectively take rapid control of the new situation while also meeting organizational expectations for performance.
Coaching takes a pragmatic approach to enhancing individual performance and increasing self-sufficiency.
Coaching’s distinctiveness is characterized by the coach’s role as a catalyst for profound development. The coach enables the coachee to access self-solutions.
Coaches must have a solid understanding of business, management, and change, but they should not be experts in their clients’ professions.
A coach possesses a “toolbox” of methods and techniques from which he or she selects the most suitable to meet his or her client’s needs in a timely manner.
Coaches observe a strict, straightforward code of ethics of which a core principle is absolute confidentiality.
The purpose of team coaching is to help a team or management committee improve collective performance.
- “Enhancing group effectiveness”
- “Management committee cohesion & performance”
- “Collaboration & Empowerment”
Skills Coaching in “Collaboration Skills” is a means to improve a Management Committee’s ability to work effectively as a team of individually responsible members.
The program addresses a series of issues that contribute to effective collaboration. They include:
- Collaboration skills
- Efficient interaction
- Relational Intelligence
- Rallying team members to achieve objectives
Presentation, Delegation, Team Mgt, Conflict, Team Principles, Meetings, First 100 Days, On-boarding, Time Mgt, Feedback…
This form of coaching focuses on the core skills a person needs to perform in their role.
Skills coaching provides a flexible and adaptive approach to skills development.
Coaching programmes are tailored specifically to the individual and are generally focused on achieving a number of skill development objectives that are linked to the needs of the organisation.
WHAT IS PERSONAL COACHING?
Personal coaching means the coach and the client work one-on-one.
It involves a series of 1 to 2-hour work sessions that take place at a pace determined according to individual requirements and objectives,
with an average of 6 sessions over 3 to 6 months.
THE COACHING SESSION
Coaching sessions may be held at either the client’s or the coach’s office, and they are geared toward specific goals.
Focus is on the individual understanding & development, and methods include engaging in objective analysis, assessing the big picture,
and tapping into previously unsolicited resources.
Coaching is a means for executives to explore and develop management scenarios. It is an opportunity to look for new solutions
and eliminate “blind spots”.
Coaching stimulates and motivates people to do better, providing them with a safe place in which they can receive the feedback they need to grow.
The relationship between the coach and the coachee is therefore extremely important.
THE COACHING CONTRACT
A two-part contract outlines the components of a mutual commitment between:
- The person being coached (and when appropriate with his or her company)
- Be*Great, the coach
This fully confidential contract defines:
- The coaching framework and objectives
- Specific results to be achieved
- The length, location, and frequency of coaching sessions
- The cost of the sessions