When coaching is truly embedded it becomes a key part of an organisation’s identity, apparent through day-to-day employee behaviour.
A coaching culture enables radical organisational transformation by creating a climate where people routinely:
- Give and receive feedback;
- Support and stretch each other’s thinking;
- Challenge each other and stress-test ideas where appropriate; and
- Engage in powerful conversations that are short in length,
but strong in impact.
Training that makes a real-world difference. Making bold statements is one thing. Delivering what you promise is another.
We are known for delivering in-house training that stands out for all the right reasons. In our minds, it comes down to a few simple things. We listen to our clients. We ask the simple questions as well as the big ones. We’re not afraid to delve deeper and we don’t act like we know it all when we don’t.
We’re not yes-people, and we’re not an order taking company. We challenge. We question. By doing this we really get to the nub of the issues. And what we uncover can sometimes surprise us, and often surprises the clients themselves.
And we help people learn about stuff that matters, in a way that works in the real world and in their day-to-day job. We design genuine, work-based tasks that get people thinking, talking, discovering, challenging, changing and – most importantly – doing.