Coaching is the most valuable management style a senior executive can possess. It is now commonly used by all of the most successful organisations to enhance the effectiveness of their key people, whilst also fostering a more trusting and open working environment.
A survey of 250 of the world’s most successful companies conducted by the Institute of Leadership and Management showed that the introduction of coaching into management practice resulted in:
Together these three outcomes greatly increase overall organisational performance.
By all means, bring your pencil case, and yes, there will be handouts, but there will be a lot more discourse, debate, improvisation, role play, technology, practice and group dynamics. The training will be conducted in a friendly, fun atmosphere, which not only allows for different learning styles, but respects each delegate as an individual and ensures each one is challenged and derives maximum benefit from the course. Our aim is that you will be highly stimulated and encouraged to rethink.
Executives and Senior managers who have responsibility for multi-disciplinary or single project teams and who are regularly monitoring and appraising the performance of key organisational personnel.
John Hill is a seasoned and multi disciplined business professional, with a background in blue chip sales, marketing, business development, and international sales, which includes a number of start-ups.
He has demonstrated significant success in delivering growth, equipping, motivating and managing both internal and external sales functions. He understands that a key focus for business is revenue and profitability, especially in challenging market conditions.
A natural communicator, who can understand and articulate complex and technical concepts from the shop floor to the board room, John has been able to lead from the front and motivate employees, partners, distributors and stakeholders alike. He is widely travelled and has significant experience in achieving results internationally.
After many years spent at the cutting edge of business, and in recent years at CEO level, he has transitioned into a coaching and training role, with a view to helping equip and facilitate goal achievement for clients.
John is now a practitioner in coaching, training, stress management and psychological resilience, both for individuals and organisations. That extends to performance coaching, solution focused coaching and problem focused coaching, all using a cognitive psychological approach.
John is currently completing a Diploma in Coaching Psychology and is a member of the International Society of Coaching Psychology.