4 WAYS TO BUILD A CORPORATE COACHING CULTURE

We work with organizations to implement initiatives that help employees at all levels—not just executives—to maximize their overall impact and effectiveness in the workplace.

Our clients are always looking for new ways to inspire, rejuvenate and encourage their workforce. Enter Life Forward—a regarded transition-and-change program that we customize for internal delivery.
If you’ve built an internal cadre of coaches, Supervision Programs are designed to help ensure your coaches are continuously learning and measuring their impact.
If looking to deliver more formal coaching opportunities, Internal Coach Training Programs are developed with a small group of your leaders who will add coaching as part of their job description.
Managers and leaders, although not coaches themselves, can utilize coaching skills to help develop their team. Spot Coaching provides a framework, and overall mindset, for leaders to interact with employees in a ‘coach-like’ way.

“Their method of coaching…spoke to how you can make those coaching results tangible to your business partners.”

PATRICIA KELLY 20+ YEARS IN CORPORATE LEARNING DEVELOPMENT

A COACH'S DEVELOPMENT

Continual development is an important ethic and mindset for every coach. Our coaches—from novice to experienced—are routinely setting developmental priorities, seeking feedback to uncover the most important areas of development, and creating mechanisms for accountability.