• Understanding psychological and social competencies.
  • Developing a higher tolerance towards ambiguity.
  • How to tolerate a range of emotional responses.
  • Developing effective interpersonal relationships within a diverse workforce.
  • Improving the coachee’s awareness on various components of psycho-social and organizational domains of human behavior.
  • Evolve skills to manage emotions and conflicts.
  • Improve stress management skills and stress hardiness.
  • Increase an individual’s ability to manage oneself and others in conditions of environmental and organizational turbulence, crisis and conflict.
  • Impart an ability to manage his or her career and to advance professionally.

Coaching Overview

Executive coaching helps executives to learn and to make best use of learning in order to bring about effective action, performance improvement, personal growth and better business results for the organisation. Therefore, Executive coaching is primarily concerned with designing and facilitating individual change and continuous improvement. As such, it involves understanding and leveraging an individual’s strengths, as well as recognising and overcoming his or her weaknesses.

Coaching engagement model

We firmly believe that coaching effectiveness depends on a combination of three critical factors –

  • A systematic process
  • Appropriate skills
  • The use of relevant tools

Who should choose coaching?
  • Individuals that desire a more personal approach to development
  • Individuals that might use a confidential, empowering, professional relationship to enhance the organization's effectiveness through leadership
Coaching Format:

A practical one on one session with a professional coach who works with individual clients to help them achieve results and sustain life-changing behaviour in their lives and careers.