Workplace Coaching: Can You Really Measure It’s ROI?

Posted by Henry Gilbert on 24-Nov-2015 12:25:22

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The benefits of workplace coaching

Research carried out by the Institute of Leadership and Management (ILM) showed that 95% of learning and development managers say coaching has delivered tangible benefits for their organisation. Which is probably why 90% of organisations over 2000 employees use business coaching. They listed the key areas improved by coaching to be:

 

  • Better communication and interpersonal skills
  • Increased confidence and motivation
  • Improved conflict resolution
  • Better management performance

 

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Topics: Coaching and Mentoring

Building Rapport To Create Positive Relationships At Work

Posted by Henry Gilbert on 18-Nov-2015 13:05:00

The importance of positive relationships at work

Having positive relationships with the people you work with is necessary for your overall happiness, your career success and the objectives of the business. The relationships you have with your co-workers can affect how satisfied you are with your job, improve your chances of advancing within the company, and have a positive impact on your overall well-being.

 

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Topics: Coaching and Mentoring

What's Your VAK Learning Style? (Infographic)

Posted by Henry Gilbert on 15-Oct-2015 12:31:58
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Infographic: 4 Steps to Building a Coaching Culture

Posted by Tim Clifford on 16-Sep-2015 09:50:22

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Topics: Coaching and Mentoring

Infographic: Coaching vs Mentoring

Posted by Henry Gilbert on 11-Sep-2015 10:30:00

This infographic explores some of the key differences between coaching and mentoring:

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Topics: Coaching and Mentoring

How Coaching Addresses The Top 3 Motivators At Work

Posted by Henry Gilbert on 09-Sep-2015 12:01:20

Studies over many years have discovered some interesting insights as to what motivates people at work. The top 3 motivators at work are: 

 

  •       Feeling Appreciated and Valued.
  •       Being involved in decision-making.
  •       Being supported with problems.

 

These studies have consistently shown that one of the main reasons people give for leaving their job is:

 ‘Their relationship with their manager’ - Source: CIPD Development Survey

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Topics: OSCAR Model, Coaching and Mentoring, Coaching skills for managers

Video: Using Coaching To Motivate People To Perform

Posted by Henry Gilbert on 09-Sep-2015 11:49:00

In this video Andrew talks about how coaching can be used to help motivate people to greater performance.

 

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Topics: Coaching and Mentoring, Coaching skills for managers, Coaching tools and techniques

6 Traits That All Great Managers Have In Common

Posted by Henry Gilbert on 12-Aug-2015 15:44:15

Following up from last weeks article ‘6 Traits That All Great Leaders Have In Common’ we thought it would be a good comparison to come up with 6 traits that all great managers have in common. It would feel unfair to write about the qualities of great leaders without considering the equally important qualities of great managers. These are often the people following the leader, making sure that what they promise actually comes about, and cleaning up the trail of destruction! There’s a big difference between leading and managing, and although both disciplines are usually required it’s pretty common for a person to fall more solidly in one camp or the other. We covered the difference between leading and managing in our article ‘Leadership vs Management’. So, let’s take a look at some of the qualities seen in our greatest managers:

 

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Topics: Leadership and management

Using Self-Coaching To Gain Clarity and Boost Your Own Performance

Posted by Henry Gilbert on 12-Aug-2015 13:51:37

The OSCAR Coaching Model (suggested that you read this article before continuing here) is very easy to follow, which means that all of us can learn to use it to improve our personal effectiveness, problem-solving and decision-making ability. The model works whether you are a newly-appointed team leader needing to improve your problem-solving skills, or whether you are a senior executive needing to develop the vision and strategy for your business.

 

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Topics: OSCAR Model, Coaching and Mentoring

Free eBook: A Quick Guide To Running Workplace Coaching Sessions

Posted by Henry Gilbert on 11-Aug-2015 14:50:41

Whether you're a coach, aspiring coach, or a manger looking to use a coaching approach it's always useful to review your coaching process from time to time. This simple but practical guide to running workplace coaching sessions using OSCAR will help you do just that.

 

Free eBook Download - A Quick Guide To Running Workplace Coaching Sessions

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Topics: OSCAR Model, Coaching and Mentoring

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