One to One Coaching, One to One Mentoring

One to one coaching: how does it work? Read Leadership Connections' free, expert advice on one to one coaching and how one to one coaching can help you with issues that hold back your performance and which you struggle to address alone.

One to one coaching -

how does it work?

Are you (or is someone who works with you) experiencing an issue that is holding back your performance and which you are struggling to address alone? If so, 1:1 coaching can help.

This could be with performance, confidence, skill, interpersonal impact or many other issues. More and more leaders and organisations are turning to coaching  - but what is it and how does it work?

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If you feel we could help you in any way, please Contact Us.

Supporting leaders to overcome their obstacles and develop themselves - through coaching and mentoring

Increasing the effectiveness of management teams through leadership team development

Identifying and improving leadership across the organisation through talent management and leadership development

Mobilising large groups for change through creating inspiring conferences and motivational speaking

Increasing the effectiveness of the Human Resources function through HR strategy and skills development

 

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One to One coaching – how does it work?

Why might you need it?

There are almost as many applications of coaching as there are people. Most commonly it can help when you are:

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Are you experiencing an issue that is holding back your performance and which you are struggling to address alone? If so, coaching may well be able to help.

In a series of conversations with your coach you will explore:

In tackling these areas your coach should help you be more:

A good coach will do this by:

The Duration of sessions varies widely according to the issue/s that you are seeking to address. In our experience single sessions of much more than 90-120 minutes are difficult for most coaching clients to absorb and concentrate fully upon.

Their Frequency can again vary widely but more often than every four weeks is usually not enough to put actions into practice and more than every eight weeks can mean that too much of each session is spent getting back up to speed.

Number of sessions.

As a general rule it is hard to be confident far enough into the future for more than six sessions to be confidently booked in at a time. Equally, fewer than three is probably not enough in most cases to build up a relationship, get a good understanding of the problem, take action and learn from the exprerience.

Location is usually on one of;

Wherever you go, it needs to be comfortable, quiet, free of distractions and suitably private.

Let's Talk

The easiest way to understand how we can help, and whether you feel that you could work with us, is to begin with a conversation.

We don't believe in a "hard sell" and often find that people get value out of the exploratory discussion - whether or not we go on to work together.

Please Contact Us – we would love to hear from you.

 

One to One Coaching, One to One Mentoring

One to one coaching: how does it work? Read Leadership Connections' free, expert advice on one to one coaching and how one to one coaching can help you with issues that hold back your performance and which you struggle to address alone.