“80% of people who receive coaching report increased self-confidence, and over 70% benefit from improved work performance, relationships, and more effective communication skills. 86% of companies report that they recouped their investment on coaching and more.”
ICF 2009 report
Organizations have different needs and they have particularities generated by the pressure exercised by internal and external forces. If you get to define the problem, then you can turn it into an opportunity for improvement.
The process of peeling layers and clarifying the challenge at hand is where my role as a coach is.
Using Solution Focused tools and techniques, I work along with your team to define what does the organization wants instead of the current status, what is the desired future and allow space for exploration and searching for suitable solutions.
My approach is to see it as a blank piece of paper that we can color together, starting from defining how we want to work together. After the initial meeting, I would like to have a couple of interviews with the team leader, manager and team members to gather a broad picture of the status quo.
Based on that we can define together the level of intervention and the best approach.
To make it easier to define potential areas for future projects, below are the common types of intervention: