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Is Professional Coaching for me?

Wouldn’t it be great to have someone who has a keen eye like an eagle and has the gift of foresight? Someone who knows and can see what needs to be done and developed in order for you to mature and succeed in whatever role you are in. Well, this someone is called a coach.

The role of a...

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The 5 Reasons Why Leaders Don’t Coach their Employees, and How to Overcome them

In this developing business world we’re in, having a coaching culture in the workplace is the best move an organisation can make to quickly adapt to this development environment. Having a coaching culture as mentioned in our previous articles, helps organisations nurture the talents and...

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Why Coaching Your Direct Reports is Crucial for your Organisation’s Success?

To compete, keep up and win in a running competition, a runner should be in perfect shape. To be in perfect shape means having all the parts of your body doing their function properly.

The same principle applies to organisations nowadays: for an organisation to keep up and meet the demands of...

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The Importance of Coaching in Leadership and Teamwork

“Is there any more our team can give?” “Is this already the best that we can give or get?” “Is our output enough?” “Can our team beat this obstacle?” “Can we fulfill our vision and mission?” “How far can we go from here? How can we...

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Mentoring vs. Coaching: Which Approach is the Best for Me?

Behind every person’s success is a boatload of hard work and perseverance. However, what fuels a person to work hard and persevere is the support and help they get from the people they love and from the people who understand and have tread on the journey they are taking. This kind of...

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Why Your High-Potentials Go to the Opposition, and How to Avoid it

Have you ever thought about how your organisation would fare if you lost the top 10% of your talent? It’s a daunting thought, right? And one that should keep you awake at night. What you need is a designated talent management strategy to identify, nurture and develop high-potential...

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Why Organisations Need Both External and Internal Coaches

Is your organisation experiencing a difficult situation which somehow hinders it from becoming a leader in the industry that it’s in? It may be a problem with an employee’s behavior or it can be the performance of a certain department. If so, your organisation may be in need of an...

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Why Organisations Should Invest more in Coaching

In this competitive business era, the word INVESTMENT has become a relevant and distinguished word. The business dictionary defines investment as the act of putting money or effort into something to make a profit or achieve a result. Investing in the right thing...

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Increase Your Employee Engagement Through Coaching

A car that has its parts in their optimal condition is enjoyable to drive and performs well. The same it is with an organisation: an organisation that has its employees engaged rises above the top, performs well, and is easy to manage.

What is employee engagement?

Employee engagement is not the...

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Coaching for Transformational Change

Rick Warren said it best: “ There is no growth without change…”

Do you desire to have growth in your organisation?

Every organisation that desires to grow must undergo transformational change. This change may be either repetitive and slow, or revolutionary and turnaround,...

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Coaching For Strategic Leadership

In a car race, one of the biggest factors in winning the race is the drivers themselves. Although the type of vehicle, the parts and the engine may contribute to the speed and performance of the vehicle, a driver’s skill, experience and strategic thinking are the factors that enable the...

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Coaching for Innovation

The 21st century organisational framework requires organisations to think innovatively in order to ensure continued success and to stay ahead of the competition. Innovative thinking means being creative, flexible and agile enough to cater to the emerging needs and opportunities presented to them....

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