Coaching programmes for leaders and teams
Building a Coaching Culture in Your Organisation
There’s immense benefit in fostering a coaching culture in your organisation.
It helps leaders recognise and develop their own strengths, have crucial conversations and improve their leadership skills. Such a culture also unlocks hidden potential in individuals, resulting in a more motivated, skilled and productive work environment.
A coaching culture improves interaction between leaders, teams and ultimately customers.
Building this culture helps to shape the behaviours, attitudes, values and norms in an organisation. Such a culture fosters coaching conversations between leaders on a daily basis and becomes engrained within an organisation’s identity over time.
At JumpShift, we pride ourselves on delivering exceptional coaching experiences.
JumpShift’s focus is first and foremost on coaching rather than ‘teaching’. Our facilitators and coaches have extensive backgrounds in business coaching (C-suite, strategy development, problem solving and leadership development) and have used this experience to build a successful coaching culture across top New Zealand organisations. We run coaching programmes based on our methods (founded in social psychology, neuroscience and learning research) that are highly regarded.
Results and Benefits – Client Perspective
“The programme has opened up communication where we listen to each other and come up with solution. Great for sideways coaching when you have no direct reports.”
“The programme has created awareness of the impact of coaching and listening. Instead of jumping in the hole it has empowered growth and people are embracing this. It takes discipline, you need to plan, think of opportunities to coach and reflect.”
“The coaching programme adds value at all levels, it gives leaders a common language and consistent approach to partnership, creating mutually beneficial business relationships. It enables the team to have tough conversations in a way that’s meaningful and shows that everyone is on the same page working together to benefit the business.”
Shape Your Organisation
Building a coaching culture helps to shape the behaviours, attitudes, values and norms in an organisation. Such a culture fosters coaching conversations between leaders on a daily basis, with a common ‘coaching’ language becoming engrained within an organisation’s identity over time.
What it Could Look Like
Such a culture is a key enabler of an organisation’s purpose, strategy and transformational approaches. It promotes collaboration, removes silos, creates alignment, and ultimately delivers more meaningful results across the board.
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Build a Coaching Culture in Your Organisation