Performance coaching is about helping individuals and teams people reach their full potential. Engaged employees want to succeed at work and strive for progression, which usually results in additional duties and responsibility in exchange for a higher salary or other benefits.
The challenge is the rate of career progression can sometimes outpace professional development, which means that people can find themselves being promoted, or are operating at a level that is beyond their ability or skill. This presents a problem shared by individuals, teams and organisations alike, and as a consequence people can feel overwhelmed and stressed, which causes job satisfaction, productivity and morale to decrease.
Organisations must support the workforce the succeed, and to do this, they must be able to identify gaps in knowledge and coach people with learning and development.
Improve an individual or team performance and productivity in the workplace doesn’t have to be difficult. With the right understanding of what is needed, access to the right tools and training, we can help.
Watch our short video to learn more about Performance Coaching, and how we can help you make it an energising and rewarding process.
No matter your starting point, challenge or industry, our Psychologists work with you to improve an individual’s level of performance and productivity in the workplace.
Performance coaching is ideal for organisations interested in helping individuals and teams to reach their potential. This course helps people develop a greater awareness of their personal talents, and how they can be used to achieve personal and organisational success.
We use theory and practical exercises designed to help people, teams and leaders to understand and make the best use of their strengths and abilities, whilst raising awareness of weaknesses. This course includes:
Practitioner Training is for organisations that want to create a pool of in-house assessors and trainers, capable of carrying out assessments and delivering professional training and feedback to others.
A practitioner may be an existing trainer who is supplementing or reinforcing their skills or somebody less experienced. This course includes:
Any type of organisation can adopt this model. However, it is best suited to large organisations or those that have a frequent need to carry out assessments and deliver training.