We offer 3 types of coaching programmes, so you can find something that works for each of your team members, whatever their level and needs.
Coaching is no longer just for the CEO. Our coaching programmes are designed to bring the benefits (check out the benefits here) of coaching to the whole team.
- Do you believe that people are your biggest asset?
- Do you think they could be more productive/efficient/pro-active?
- Do you know that you’ve got some motivated team members but not all?
Imagine if each of your team had the time and skills to coach and develop other team members alongside their main role. Bringing our team of coaches in means that you and your team can focus on the main job in hand whilst we help the team develop.
Think about it like your review process.
Every month, we keep your team on track to developing their skills and getting closer to achieving their goals. Meaning that your team become more motivated, productive, efficient, passionate, trustworthy and pro-active.
For large, disparate teams that you want to develop or reward with a tool that will promote self-awareness and enhance skills.
Coaching on their own timescales, when they want it. We make email coaching affordable for everyone; it starts from as little as £35 per person per month.
Programmes start from 50 people per month.
Our most popular programme; in a location where each team member would feel most comfortable.
Sessions that allow your team to grow in confidence with a ripple effect across your whole team.
Our face-to-face programme can be for one or more team members and our coaches will be matched to your needs. When appropriate, your team will all work with the same coach so a true understanding of the company culture develops.
For busy team members that want the benefits of coaching but can’t commit to monthly meetings. Coaching can be done anywhere in the world using the technology that works for your team.
We have clients across Europe and in the UAE, which our coaches manage with a flexible working hours approach to suit the needs of our clients.
Career Coaching FAQs
1. What is a career coach?
“Coaching is unlocking a person’s potential to maximise their own performance. It is helping them to learn rather than teaching them.” – Sir John Whitmore. Or as we like to say, a personal trainer for your career.
2. What does a career coach do?
Career Coaches use a solution-oriented approach to assist and inform any person who is in need of career advice. In other words, they help people define, redefine, and achieve their professional objectives and other work-related goals. We use our unique, Don’t Just Be methodology.
3. How much is a career coach?
Our email coaching service starts from as little as £35 per person, per month, of course, terms and conditions apply.
To receive a personalised quote regarding the cost of our career coaching programmes please complete the web form and we can get back to you shortly to discuss this more.
4. What training do career coaches have?
Our coaches have a variety of professional qualifications whether life coaching or executive coaching. Including being senior members of the ACCPH, Association of coaching, ANLP and ISMA.
5. Do I need a career coach?
A career coach can help you define, redefine, and achieve your professional objectives and other work-related goals. For instance, our career coaches might help you improve skills in your current career or it might be a case of working towards a new career – we help you identify what your goals are.
6. When can I meet with a career coach?
To meet one of our career coaches simply complete the web form to register your interest and we will schedule you a time to speak with one of our career coaches over the phone to get a better idea of how we can help you. We can then book you in for a face-to-face consultation.
7. What are the benefits of career coaching?
Coaching benefits everyone in an organisation, that includes both the employee and the employer. Here are some ways coaching does that:
Improvement in individual’s performance, targets and goals, Increased openness to personal learning and development, increased ability to identify solutions to specific work-related issues. Greater ownership and responsibility and development of self-awareness. To get a clearer understanding of how coaching can benefit you, watch our … video here.
Increased Employee Engagement – coaching can be used as an employee engagement strategy it allows the individual to actively reflect on their role within your organisation. The feedback they will receive from our coaches gives individuals a connection to their work, effectively improving employee engagement as well as company culture. Employee engagement has also been linked to lower absenteeism.
Identified and Developed High-Potential Individuals – Our coaches can work on developing various soft skills and close skill gaps within your organisation to properly prepare your employees in the succession pipeline to greater things.
Stronger Management Relationships
Relationships between employees and managers can often be strained. In fact, bad managerial relationships are often cited in the top reasons why employees quit. Our coaches help individuals understand things from a different perspective and why there may be conflict – we can help change attitudes to create a more cohesive environment.
Demonstrated Organizational Commitment to Career Development
By investing in your employee’s career development, they will feel more committed to the company due to feeling more valued and in return this create happier and engaged individuals which improves productivity and minimises lost profits due to absenteeism. Coaching shows you are investing in your employees and also makes your organisation more appealing to potential job candidates. This puts you in a much stronger position to recruit new candidates and also improve current employee retention.
To get a clearer understanding of how coaching can benefit you as an employer, watch our … video here.
8. What's the difference between a career coach and a life coach?
Whilst a career coach helps you achieve job-related goals, a life coach focuses on personal goals. Unlike career coaches, life coaches help a client for a long period of time since goals and plans may change as one reaches different chapters in their life, whether it be marriage, children or old age.
Our career coaching programmes typically run monthly for 6 months and thereafter drop down to every other month as our clients find they have a greater self-awareness and clearer ability of goals but like to still have that person on hand to keep them accountable.
9. What's the difference between a career coach and an executive coach?
Typically, a career coach will focus on advancing your career, helping you take the next steps toward your long-term goal, whether that be skills development or identifying a new role. An executive coach will cover a wider remit, including identifying what kind of leader they want to be and maybe are currently, how to become a better leader, making strategic decisions, and developing key relationships. So many of the elements are the same and our coaches use the same proven methodology working with apprentices right up to those in the C-Suite.
10. What is the difference between mentoring and career coaching?
It is important to understand the difference between coaching and mentoring as they are two distinct things. However, these terms are often used interchangeably.
In mentoring, the mentor advises and shares their own experiences and is usually more experienced and qualified than the learner (or ‘mentee’).
In coaching, the coach doesn’t advise. For this reason, the coach does not need to have direct experience of the coaches’ role. Career coaching aims to unlock a person’s potential to maximise their own performance. It is helping them to learn rather than teaching them, thus enabling them to feel more self-reliant going forward.