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Forum thoughts on coaching as part of the consulting offering..

 
#1 Forum thoughts on coaching as part of the consulting offering..
27/02/2007 19:21

Coach to Change

Fellow consultants

I have been in the consulting industry for seven years and have recently moved towards working within the field of personal and business coaching.

One of my target client groups is to coach with consultants in the area of supporting them to recognise how a coaching based approach and embedding a coaching culture with clients can be used:

1. to improve performance (and therefore bottom line)

2. as an effective management tool, in terms of client development

3. in motivating and engaging employees

4. in developing/putting in place high performing teams

5. to support the change process

The return on investment and value added from using coaching for the above has been demonstrated in the past few years. Organisations are now beginning to recognise how a coaching approach can positively

contribute to effective organisational change and development, reduced

staff turnover and increased morale, and increased profitability.

It would be great to hear from existing consultants who are interested in undertaking telephone based coaching with me to experience how a coaching approach to consulting can benefit them, their careers and working environment. My coaching focus also addresses the personal issues we as consultants have to manage.

Please email me at coachtochange@gmail.com in the first instance, leaving your contact details and I will get in touch.

Thanks

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#2 RE: Forum thoughts on coaching as part of the consulting offering..
11/03/2007 21:54

Mike Morrison to Coach to Change (#1)

Hi all

As a coach working with high performers for over 10 years I can say that coaching really can make the difference.

When selecting a coach please make sure the coach has a diverse background, has not 'just' trained with one of the coaching schools. A good coach will adapt the process to you. A poor coach will follow a 'system' they have been trained in.

Remember people buy people - so make sure you can get on well with the coach and you respect and trust them.

Mike

http://www.f2p.co.uk - developing you

http://www.tools4consultants.com - strategic diagnostic tools

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