Corporate Coaching

Corporate Coaching


Posted by Jan Lawrence

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In Equilibrium are able to provide corporate coaching for managers and employees.  If there is someone in your organisation you think may benefit from one-to-one coaching, please don’t hesitate to contact us to discuss how we may be able to help.

A typical coaching session is one and a half to two hours in length, the coach can come to your place of work or somewhere more appropriate can be arranged.

If this is of interest a conversation on the phone between the coach and the potential coachee is set up so that they can decide if they want to begin the process of working together.  If they agree to continue we normally recommend a minimum of 3 sessions.

Coaching can be provided in conjunction with training or as a standalone service.  We have often found that where individuals are looking for open courses in particular subjects, a few sessions with a coach can be just as effective as the coachee is able to spend all of the time working through areas specifically relating to them with an expert who is focussed on the agreed desired outcomes.

All information about the coach / coachee relationship and any written notes remain completely confidential, except in rare circumstances decreed by law. If requested by the coachee’s organisation, the coach will report in broad terms on the process and progress of coaching but will not give details and content of the coaching sessions unless the coachee gives their explicit permission.

Click here to request more details about our coaching service

 

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