One-on-one coaching enables managers to understand their strengths and weaknesses and expand their management skill set to become more effective leaders.
For organizations exploring how to create more effective and cohesive teams, coaching within a group setting produces energized and motivated employees working together more productively and connecting to the organizational purpose.
Whether one-on-one or in a group setting, the process begins with gaining clarity on the organization’s vision and mission. Exercises designed to broaden each individual’s perception of their professional capabilities are essential to gaining insight into how individual contributions are tied to that organizational mission. Goals are then identified and prioritized in order to create clear and actionable plans that will make a difference to the organization and the team.
Barbara’s Philosophy: “By clarifying each individual’s excitement and motivation for work and connecting them to organizational purpose, coaching creates energy for working together to achieve common goals. The process is energizing and motivating for the individuals involved, while at the same time produces extraordinary results for the whole.”
“The measure of success is not whether you have a tough problem to deal with, but whether it is the same problem you had last year.”
— John Foster Dulles