Diamond
Coaching

CEO/Executive Coaching

What is Executive/CEO Coaching?
 
...achievement of extraordinary results
Professional Coaching is a professional partnership between a qualified coach and an individual that supports the achievement of extraordinary results, based on goals set by the individual.
Through the process of coaching, individuals focus on the skills and actions needed to successfully produce their personally relevant results.

..identifying actions.
The client chooses the focus of conversation, while the coach listens and contributes observations and questions as well as concepts and principles which can assist in generating possibilities and identifying actions.

..accelerates the individual's or team's progress
Through the coaching process the clarity that is needed to support the most effective actions is achieved. Coaching accelerates the individual's progress by providing greater focus and awareness of possibilities leading to more effective choices.
Coaching concentrates on where individuals are now and what they are willing to do to get where they want to be in the future.
 
How is coaching delivered?

face to face
or
by phone..

The coaching process begins wit an assessment of the current opportunities and challenges, define the scope of the relationship, identify priorities for action, and establish specific desired outcomes.

Subsequent coaching sessions may be conducted in person or over the telephone, with each session lasting a previously established length of time.

Between scheduled coaching sessions, the individual may be asked to complete specific actions that support the achievement of one's personally prioritized goals.

The coach may provide additional resources in the form of relevant articles, checklists, assessments, or models, to support the individual's thinking and actions. The duration of the coaching relationship varies depending on the individual's personal needs and preferences.

Concepts, models and principles-
A variety of concepts, models and principles drawn from the behavioural sciences, modern business techniques, management science, personal development literature and/or the arts and humanities, may be incorporated into the coaching conversation in order to increase the individual's self-awareness and awareness of others, foster shifts in perspective, promote fresh insights, provide new frameworks for looking at opportunities and challenges, and energize and inspire the individual's forward actions.

How long does a coach
work with an individual?

The length of a coaching partnership varies depending on the individual's needs and preferences.
For certain types of focused coaching, 3 to 6 months of working with a coach may work. For other types of coaching, people may find it beneficial to work with a coach for a longer period. Factors that may impact the length of time include: the types of goals, the ways individuals like to work, the frequency of coaching meetings, and financial resources available to support coaching.
Within the partnership,
what does the coach do?

..listen ..challenge..support..

The role of the coach is to provide objective assessment and observations that foster the individual's  enhanced self-awareness and awareness of others, practice astute listening in order to garner a full understanding of the individual's circumstances, be a sounding board in support of possibility thinking and thoughtful planning and decision making, champion opportunities and potential, encourage stretch and challenge commensurate with personal strengths and aspirations, foster the shifts in thinking that reveal fresh perspectives, challenge blind spots in order to illuminate new possibilities, and support the creation of alternative scenarios.
Finally, the coach maintains professional boundaries in the coaching relationship, including confidentiality, and adheres to the coaching profession's code of ethics.

Corporate Interventions 
 
We bring a global perspective to your local issues Seminar, Workshop, Intervention, Training Design
Examples:-
  • Coaching: A Strategic Tool for Effective Leadership
  • In house Coaching Skills
  • Build a Coaching Culture in your company
  • From Manager to Coach
  • Redefining your Vision, Mission and Purpose
  • Time Management
  • Stress Management
  • Energizing yourself and your staff
  • Communication skills/Power language
  • Vital Lessons - Dynamic Possibilities
  • Optimum Performance

    and more

Corporate Partnerships -
we have the solutions you need.

Contact Peter for free assessment of your organisational requirements 
 

Coaching Benefits

gain fresh perspectives on
personal challenges and opportunities
 
accelerate new business start up
 
increased profits
 
improved staff morale

 enhanced thinking and decision making skills,

enhanced interpersonal effectiveness

increased confidence in carrying
out chosen work and life roles.

 enhanced  personal effectiveness,

appreciable results in the areas of productivity,

personal satisfaction with life and work,

achievement of personally relevant goals.

What are some typical reasons you might work with a coach?

There is something at stake (a challenge, stretch, goal or opportunity), and it is urgent, compelling or exciting

There is a gap in knowledge, skills, confidence, or resources.

A big stretch is being asked or required, and it is time sensitive.

There is a desire to accelerate results.

There is a need for a course correction in work or life due to a setback.

An individual has a style of relating that is ineffective or is not supporting the achievement of one's personally relevant goals.

There is a lack of clarity, and there are choices to be made. 

Work and life are out of balance, and this is creating unwanted consequences.

They have not identified core strengths and how best to leverage them.

The individual desires work and life to be simpler, less complicated.

There is a need and a desire to better organized and more self-managing
 
 
 
 
"I never cease to be amazed at the power of the coaching process to draw out the skills or talent that was previously hidden within an individual, and which invariably finds a way to solve a problem previously thought insolvable,"
John Russell, Managing Director, Harley-Davidson Europe Ltd

"Managers say coaching can be used to support an individual through restructuring and change in the organisation, or as part of a programme to motivate and retain staff."

"Asked for a conservative estimate of the monetary payoff from the coaching they got, these managers described an average return of more than $100,000,
or about six times what the coaching had cost their companies."

Fortune.