Coaching in Business

Coaching In Business

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Coaching can be used in businesses and not for profit organisations in a number of ways – the common factor is coaching helps people to perform better and better people performance drives business success.

At one time coaching in organisations was the preserve of chief executives but is now used extensively throughout organisations, with many embracing a coaching culture as an effective style of leadership and management.

One of the reasons coaching is successful is because of the principles coaches abide by. Coaching is

  • Confidential
  • Non Judgemental
  • Non Directive
  • Supportive
  • Stretching

All of which combine to provide a safe environment where a client can be coached through important business, leadership and personal issues to find their way forward, taking actions they believe in and are committed to.

Coaching can be applied to many aspects of our work and business environment. Some examples are;

  • Overcome obstacles to successfully achieve objectives and realise ambitions
  • Leadership development
  • Strategic and business planning
  • Career planning
  • Improving interpersonal relationships, effectiveness and behaviours
  • Adapting to a new role and responsibilities
  • Improving team performance
  • Managing change

Coaches in the Cumbria Coaching Network work with a wide range of commercial and public sector organisations of all sizes and have a wide range of skills, experience and approaches. If you are interested in coaching, take a look at our directory of coaches. Any of our coaches will be happy to talk to you without obligation, so you can discuss your needs and find the right coach.

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