A proper business plan, an effective working strategy, an efficient bunch of employees- sometimes even these might not be enough to take an Organization or an Entrepreneur to that height where he wants to see himself.
An entrepreneur, with all his experience, competency, planning & judgments of future circumstances designs a business plan & initiates it. But then, even those thoughts are coming from one mind only which can have a tinge of bias. So, there can be another way of seeing the problems as well as the opportunities. So should he start asking everyone he meets for feedback & suggestions?
An employee, who has been a performer throughout her career, has suddenly started to face problems during job assignments. She has reached to such a level now that it is very difficult for her to discuss it either with the senior management or with her subordinates. What would happen to her reputation that she has created for so many years?
Business Coaching involves the following:
A leader is someone who guides Organizations to unprecedented changes. The only thing that is constant in today’s World, is Change. The onus is on the leader to be flexible & take calculative steps to achieve the goal.
Soft Skills Training is also an integral part of Business Coaching. Confidence comes with the way one communicates with team members. Business Coaching aims to raise the bar for effective interpersonal relationship.
Having mentioned that Leadership Training is one of the most firm stands of Executive Coaching, following & implementing the same is not an easy task. Even the best and most venerable organizations are failing to adapt to change, implement their strategic plans successfully or prepare for a more uncertain future. For this, one needs the help of a specialist.
As well-known companies disappear or are taken over (think of Lucent, Chrysler, Lehman Brothers, Northern Rock, Merrill Lynch) and new forces like the economies of China and India rise, surveys of business leadership show that they believe the one factor that will determine their fate is the quality of their leadership talent.
Knowing the best way to develop one’s people and grow, organizational leadership begins with clarifying one’s business strategy and asking, what should leadership look like to get us there?
Creating a leadership development strategy with specific recommendations for developing current and future leaders, as well as the collective capabilities of the organization's leadership.
Being a quick learner
Respecting individual differences
Being culturally adaptive
Compassion and sensitivity
Difficulty meeting business objectives
Problems with interpersonal relationships
Difficulty building and leading teams
Inability to adapt and change shifting mindsets
Lack of Cross Functionality
Self Efficacy - Shifting Mindsets
Decision Making & Problem Solving
Feedback Coaching & Mentoring - Performance Dialogues
Creativity & Problem Solving
Effective & Assertive Communication
Planning & organizing - Time Management
Adaptive Leadership for effective change management
Managing & Building Teams
Efficient Functioning of Teams - Outbound Training
Emotional Intelligence for Effective Leadership
Interpersonal Skills & Participative management for Emerging Leaders
Business Mentoring aims to work closely with managers to help them create & maintain proper, healthy & cordial relationships with associates, subordinates, superiors & partners in order to create productive impacts.
It develops mindsets for people to meet current and future needs with a view to accept success & failure with a good stride forward.
It is an investment that you make in developing your most sensitive resource - people - for the long-term benefit of the organization.
About 6 out of 10 (59%) organizations currently offer management coaching or other developmental counseling to their managers and executives.
Phases of Coaching
Induction of life & profession
Self Realization & Assessment
Dealing with Obstacles
Motivation Coaching is a key function of an Executive Coach to reinforce, rejuvenate & uplift the motivational quotient of a professional.
Self-assessment: A Coach teaches the incumbent to assess himself/herself & take strategic decisions based on situations.
Organizational behavior: An insight of the behavioral factors that unleashes positivity & makes the incumbent to take the right step forward towards attainment of goal.
Delegation & Succession Planning is another key ingredient in Mentoring which restores mutual trust & respect among colleagues & partners.
Building a Mentoring Culture
Alignment of Personal life in Professional life
Creating an environment of open and honest Communication
Value and visualization
Demand & its responsiveness
Education and training
Learning from real life examples
If your business or job is not giving you what you want- then meet Shouvik for a coffee and a chat to find out just how fast things can change.