No matter how intelligent you believe you are, the only thing you are incapable of is looking at yourself from the outside. So everybody needs a coach.

Eric Schmidt

That is how Google ex-CEO Eric Schmidt starts off talking about his coaching experience. He continues,

“I was thinking, now that I have made it as the CEO of a company like Google, what could a coach possibly give me? However, after having experienced coaching, I think it was the best thing that ever happened to me throughout my career. Because No matter how intelligent you believe you are, the only thing you are incapable of is looking at yourself from the outside.”

“Coaching Services” are the second fastest growing sector in the world (after information technologies), especially in developed countries. According to an international study, 79% of medium and large businesses in the United Kingdom reported using coaching. In the US, in a sample of 101 companies using coaching, 58% of the companies were small or medium sized, government agencies and non-profits (Auerbach, 2005). Coaching utilization is increasing because it is a cost effective means of achieving phenomenal results for teams and businesses.

Organizations are asking can we afford not to use coaches?

As International Coaching Federation – ICF- states

“Coaching: Coaching is partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential

A professional coaching relationship: A professional coaching relationship exists when coaching includes a business agreement or contract that defines the responsibilities of each party.”

Coaching is a planned development relationship that is established between the coach and the coachee in order to achieve the desired performance and satisfaction from life. The objective of the coaching relationship is for the coachees to reach the goal they have set with the support of the coach and to learn to overcome any issues/problems on their own.

The Coaching Services We Offer

Executive Coaching

Today’s leaders’ everyday challenge is to perform at their highest potential. Ongoing change as well as increasing uncertainty puts them in a vulnerable position to move forward and take risks. Making an effort to manage new waves of change each day requires them to leave their own comfort zones. As one climbs up the career ladder, the time and resources available for self-questioning and receiving feedback from others becomes quite rare. Moreover, today’s executives are much more scrutinized compared to previous times.

Executive coaches actively partner leaders as they manage the demanding corporate environment. Extended over time, this practice includes analysis, planning, and actions that increase the executives’ awareness and enables them to achieve their objectives more efficiently. Executive coaching is one of the primary tools used by organizations to obtain the desired performance from their leaders. The executive coaching program is designed in line with coachees’ needs, working pace, and learning styles.

Performance Coaching

For the employees of today’s corporate world, doing their job well isn’t sufficient anymore; they are required to do things differently. Employees at all levels can benefit from performance coaching, which covers a process ranging from the  identification of an employee’s objectives to the determination of their competencies and finally the transformation of these into appropriate behaviors through an structured action plan. It is again a practice which is preferred by organizations to obtain the desired performance from their employees and to also contribute to their skills  development. The coaching journey helps the coachee to get to know themselves deeply, to find new paths for their objectives, and to overcome any obstacles on the way. It equips them with the tools to meet their own values and obtain the motivation they need for a successful business life.

Career Coaching

The Career coaching process helps people seeking change in their career to bring about the right changes at the right time. It is beneficial for people who would like to change their occupation or to properly evaluate their business options. It can also help them to establish career objectives correctly. This practice sheds light on the reasons for low job satisfaction and helps the coachee to evaluate future options much more consciously.