We see the value in supporting your workforce in gaining clear vision and direction with perspective and focus.
Provide your workforce with the support they need to gain clear vision and direction with perspective and focus.
In today's markets, the rapid pace of change and the expectations placed on employees has a profound effect on them. As a result, coaching now plays an integral role in supporting employees’ growth and development.
At In Mind and Body, we believe it is important to equip your employees with the tools they need to make the best use of their experiences. This not only maximises productivity, but also supports sustain emotional balance by deepening self-awareness.
Coaching should not only be taken up when issues have arisen but also be deployed to ensure capabilities in performance are transformed and elevated.
Coaching is an effective and recognised way of improving individual and group performance against agreed key indicators.
All Coaching sessions delivered are CPD accredited.
How Does Coaching Work
Types of Coaching
We start by analysing the results of any previous performance reviews and identifying coaching objectives. We focus on uncovering blind spots, enhancing competencies, and overcoming performance obstacles.
Individual Coaching sessions
Face to Face or via video calling
Sessions will then be carried out face-to-face and via Skype. Email and Webinar support can also be provided depending upon the type of service you feel would work best for your teams.
Frontline Manager Coaching
We are committed to ensuring that our coaching sessions are effective and show real, measurable results. A follow-up meeting will be set up three months after the final debrief to discuss the progress that has been made.
Group and Team Coaching
Benefits of Coaching to your Organisation
An improved corporate culture
Better communication between teams
The identification of personal strengths
Improvement of employees' role capability
Staff taken pride in their role
Retention of key staff
More strategic and focussed approach to new initiatives
Resolve changing relationships