Transforming people and business
The benefits of leadership coaching can go way beyond improving personal performance.
By redefining the approach, leadership coaching can impact your entire business. That’s why we take a different approach. Rather than viewing it as a helpful intervention for individuals, we also use it to create change across the business.
So, how can we help?
We transform people and businesses by:
Aligning individual coaching to business initiatives
Shifting perception, attitudes and behaviour
Encouraging leaders to challenge themselves and reflect
Building trust, asking insightful questions and helping leaders think differently
Helping leaders turn reflection into action and to learn from outcomes
Benefits for everyone
- Clear goals, outcomes and measures
- Flexible Delivery options
- Personal, digital learning journal
- Seamless experience
- Individual coach selection
- Aligned to business objectives
- Scalable and globally accessible through learner portal
- Transparent live feedback
- Global team of accredited, highly skilled coaches
- Consistent, measurable quality
Our Connected Coaching philosophy
Solid coaching relationships are our foundation for structured conversations that drive performance.
“It helped provide me a sounding board and a framework to problem-solve issues that I needed to think through and resolve to become a more effective leader.”
See how we do it
Find out more about our global coaching team
We make coaching accountable
Too much coaching happens in a vacuum, with little or no accountability. Using our learner portal, coaches record the themes and priorities that emerge. You can then view live, emerging trends and participation on a management dashboard. Clients tell us that the insights they gain are invaluable.
Enhance your experience and demonstrate impact.
Our thoughts on leadership
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Cirrus CEO Dr Simon Hayward writes for the ILM’s Edge magazine.