Many people have goals they want to achieve or changes they want to make in their personal or business lives. Sometimes, they already have a good idea about the change they want to make and need some help in deciding how to go about it. But they may not be at all clear about what needs to be different and can feel lost as to where to start. Either way, coaching can help by focusing on what’s working now and tapping into existing resources to build towards the desired future. In a work-setting, they may have to manage and build a team, collaborate with lots of different stakeholders to rmanage change.
All of these scenarios are about building self-awareness, developing different approaches and ways of looking at things and taking small steps. It can make a real difference to you and to our business performance quickly. Every case is different, so my approach is to focus on you, help you reframe where necessary and be very flexible with where we go with the agenda and topics discussed. We can use a psychometric such as MBTI to explore preferred behaviours if that would be useful.
If that sounds like the sort of help you need, get in touch and we can talk about how coaching might be able to make a difference for you.
The MBTI is one of the most popular personal development tools, used worldwide in many different settings. Based on Jung’s work on personality types and developed over many years since, it is a powerful tool in performance coaching, career coaching, leadership development, influencing and communication workshops and teambuilding.
The MBTI provides real insight into how people interact with others and throws light on why others sometimes see things completely differently. It can help you communicate and influence with impact by flexing your approach to accommodate others who might have a different preference. It can also be very useful when thinking about career paths you would like to follow.
For teams, it can provide a great starting point for a fascinating session in which the team members explore how they can value and exploit different strengths in the team to achieve their goals.
After individuals have completed the questionnaire, I offer a 2-hour feedback and coaching session. For groups, I can provide feedback either individually or in a group setting as part of a session which uses MBTI to start a dialogue on whatever is important for the group.
Busy people find the idea of bite-sized chunks of learning a great way to either brush up on existing skills or to get tips and techniques they can take away and use immediately. Typically lasting between 90 minutes and 3 hours, these sessions are designed to get participants re energised and thinking about new ideas. Popular topics are:
- Influencing – the route to win-win
- Taking the fear out of feedback (giving and receiving)
- Coaching for managers
- Powerful presentations
- Building a high performing team
- Collaborative conversations – build trust and get things done