Whatever an individuals’ learning preference, we believe in the power of human support along the way. Coaching is key, and at this level it plays a fundamental part in developing inspirational leaders. But we don’t simply advocate a traditional coaching model. It has it’s place, but the true power of coaching is drawing improvement out of individuals back in their workplace. Let’s face it, you don’t hear about someone being successfully coached to run a sprint without ever having been near the track. And whilst the context is different, our results show the same rules apply.
So our coaches keep the experience real and relevant by merging theory with practice. Our coaching takes place as much in the workplace as it does in the classroom. Our coaches are absolutely clear on the role they play too. They seek to guide but also to challenge; pushing people to the edge of their comfort zone whilst acting as their safety net.
We have some case studies that we’re really proud of that show our approach in practice, so if you’re intrigued about how this could work in your organisation please have a read.