Are These Issues Affecting Your Business?

By | March 1, 2007
  • Motivating Staff
  • Learning the job
  • Skills development
  • Change process
  • Delegating
  • Appraisals and assessments
  • Problem solving
  • Task performance
  • Relationship issues
  • Planning and reviewing
  • Team building
  • Staff development
  • Team working
  • Succession planning

Then you may be in a situation where you need to be doing coaching of your own.

In a world that is changing so rapidly there is a choice. The approach taken can be the ostrich position, which generates its own dangers, but has the added advantages of ignorance about the risks. Alternately, each of us greets change and builds development, growth and achievement into our everyday environment.

The role of coaching is to support individuals, teams and organisations to be pro-active. This comes from generating direction through clarity of goals. Large organisations with extremely clear objectives that are understood throughout the organisation are far more likely to achieve them.

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