Successful change starts with the individual. Your organisation needs people who can be flexible and adapt to changes skilfully. Leaders, managers and key professionals need to do this as well as develop change capability in others. Working relationships are fundamental to this, requiring self-awareness and finely tuned relationship management skills.
We provide one-to-one coaching with leaders, managers and professionals at all levels. We help them make sense of feedback, develop self-awareness and navigate complex challenges in uncertain and changing contexts. Where appropriate we can use a range of personality, style and behavioural questionnaires to support the exploration.
Coaching support can be provided as part of corporate development and talent management programmes or independently to support individuals in key areas of their work. Objectives can include:
Coaching has the advantage of being tailored to individuals' needs and work/life context, providing relevant support and immediately transferable learning. We work flexibly to meet the needs of the situation. Please contact us to discuss coaching for your organisation.
Coaching has become one of the fastest growing methods to increase organisational performance. It comes into its own in complex and changing times like these. It can transform all aspects of culture:
Learning from coaching is immediately transferable as well as developing organisation resilience and performance both in the short term and the long term.
We offer in-house coach training for leaders, managers and professionals as well as building coaching skills into our leadership development programmes. Designed to meet client need, we cover a broad spectrum from core coaching skills to the best psychological models for effecting change.
Please contact us for information on coach training.
David Willcock, Director of Liberating Potential Ltd., provides supervision for coaches. Formats are one-to-one or in Action Learning Supervision groups of 4 to 6 people (a cost-effective way of supporting in-house as well as external coaches). David is an Accredited Master Executive Coach with the Assocaition for Coaching and is co-author of the chapter Action Learning Supervision in Supervision in Coaching edited by Jonathan Passmore, Association for Coaching/Kogan Page, 2011. Please contact us to discuss your supervision needs.
Collaborating for Results: Silo Working and Relationships that Work by David Ian Willcock, Director of Liberating Potential Ltd., is available from Routledge publishing. Please click the image to read a sample chapter on-line.
'This is a practical guide to harnessing the power of relationships between people and teams in organisations to achieve strategic vision and to be future-capable in a fast-changing world.'
Dr. Mike Clarke, CEO, RSPB
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