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We Can't Make Your Organization Perform Better
BUT We Make It Easier for Your Leaders to Do So !

Coaching Is Different Than Consulting

A coach does not enter the "game" and make the plays. A coach equips the people on your team to be more effective. 

The coaching difference:

  • Our coaches stay with you as long as you want
  • Our coaches come on site a minimum of 4 times per year
  • Our coaches are not experts in running your business, they are experts at helping you implement and effectively use a next generation management system for purpose-driven leaders

3 Types of Coaching

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External Coach to Guide Your Executive Team

Seasoned Professionals. Our coaches all have more than 20 years of business experience and are carefully certified by the Six Disciplines Company. Each coach has a desire to serve others and is motivated by your success.

Benefits of our 'external' coaches are:

  • Unbiased, external perspective
  • Have solutions to many different types of challenges
  • We don't give advice and leave, our coaches stick aroudn to guide you in implementing and sustaining your gains
  • Serves as sounding board for CEO or other senior execs

 

 

 

 

 

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Onsite 'Internal' Coaches To Assist Your Workgroups 

Internal Coaches are present when you need them. Each is trained to coach leaders and the workgroups below the strategy team, reaching everyone else in the organization. 

Benefits of  'internal' coaches are:

  • They know the organization and its culture
  • They bring an "outside" perspective to the group they are coaching (they don't coach their own group)
  • Being a coach can take as little as 15% of your time...
  • They are readily accessible face to face, since their fulltime job is onsite
  • Internal Coaching is not a fulltime job so it can used as part of a development program for willing employees

 

 

 

 

Workgroup Leaders to Engage Your People

We Equip Workgroup Leaders to Coach Instead of Command. Team leaders are the most important relationship an employee has.

Trained leaders help employees:

  • Get in the right positions
  • Develop and utilize their potential
  • Have high quality 1:1 conversations
  • Define clear goals and accountability

 

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One of the biggest challlenges in life is doing the things we already know we should. For example, how many of us don't know to stay fit? Our field experience teaches us that to sustain organization improvement, some accountability influence has to be present. Some individual who is not part of the group has to ask "are you following the program? Did you do what you said you would last quarter?"  

This is a primary role of coaching in our management system. Regardless of which of the three types of coaches described above, a big part of their role to keep people doing what works.

Download our free ebook:

Why & How to Build a Purpose-Driven Organization

 

Engage people in shared purpose – unlocking potential, increasing fulfillment and improving performance.

Learn:

  • Why leaders must change
  • Four principles exemplified by purpose-driven leaders
  • What 21st Century management systems must do

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