COACHING – development of professional competences
Coaching can be used by anyone who wants to develop themselves, to introduce changes in their life, and who cannot effectively make use of their assets in the workplace, and needs support in making important personal or professional decisions.
Coaching is the most frequently conducted for business clients. It is chiefly Executive coaching.
Examples of the coaching process areas:
Working with selected managerial competences
Developing leadership preferences
Assertiveness in a manager’s work
Relations and interpersonal communication
Creating a team
Self-motivation and work discipline
The objective of the coaching processes is the development of a proactive and creative attitude among entrepreneurs and support for the development of their businesses.
Types of business coaching:
Type of coaching
addressed to the top management level
for managers employed under international contracts
particularly useful when a manager starts their career at a top position, wants to develop new skills, improve their leadership, coaching or mentor competences
addressed to persons or managers responsible for team management, including project team management
development of such competences as the ability to lead and motivate others, create commitment and share one’s vision with the teams
On the job coaching
the coach participates in the customer’s daily work (e.g. meetings with the team, presentations); by providing feedback, the coach supports the customer in the improvement of their professional competences
development of professional competences, discovering potential in everyday work situations; focus on strengths
a process of cooperation between the coach and the sales or project team
the objective is to accomplish the joint goal of the team, e.g. the growth of sales or the accomplishment of project indexes