Performance Coaching

Examples of focus areas for performance coaching include sales productivity & effectiveness, business results, people management skills, project management skills.  In addition coaching can include subject areas such as leveraging strengths, personal presentation and style, communication models, delegation and people management, self / time management training and tools.Amazing Results Performance Coaches work with individuals to enhance their personal performance through an increased awareness of their behaviour. This can have a dramatic effect on individuals ability to make more conscious and thereby effective decisions, moving from reacting to responding. Taking time to examine how we operate, not just what we do can dramatically improve our performance and effectiveness in our lives. An increase in self-awareness can also create less resistance amongst managers to examine specific areas for performance improvement which in turn helps create more motivated, happy and productive staff. And of course this significantly impacts the organisations results including the bottom line results. Far from being soft, performance coaching addresses the real issues within organisations as coaching is essentially about change.

Tiny changes in managing the day to day and an increased focus on self management leads to managers being more optimistic at work and adaptable to change. More effective self management creates more time which in turn leads to allow more freedom to enjoy their work. Examples of focus areas for performance coaching include:

  • Sales productivity and effectiveness
  • Business results
  • People management skills
  • Project management skills
All Performance Coaching programs can include subject areas such as leveraging strengths , personal presentation and style, communication models, delegation and people management, self and time management.

All Performance Coaching programs are tailored to the individual and in addition to the coaching can include subject areas such as:

  • Leveraging strengths
  • Personal presentation and style
  • Communication models
  • Delegation and people management
  • Self/time management

Leveraging strengths and working with emotional intelligence competencies are also introduced during performance coaching as these are recognised as a key part of managerial development so they become more skilled at recognising and releasing the hidden potential of all members of their team.

Download: Coaching Services Brochure