Coaching is evolving as a natural form of leadership in the changing world of work. It is a way of managing, a way of communicating, a way of thinking, and a way of being. As a result, coaching produces results beyond people's expectations.
The pressures of a competitive environment create constant challenges in today's workplace. There is no sitting still. As a result, leaders and managers have less time to support others in traditional ways. This also means less time to devote to employees' professional development. People perform best when they feel supported, appreciated and valued for their contributions. When they are learning. When they are in balance, on track and meeting their goals. A coach helps them do this.
Increasingly, coaches are in demand at all levels to help retain valued employees and assist them to:
Organizational coaching contributes to business results by increasing the bottom line and enhancing performance. At the same time, reestablishes personal meaning, well-being and satisfaction. It helps align both organizational and personal goals.
Coaching works because it frees a person's potential so they can perform at their best. Coaches show people the skills they need to establish healthy workplace relationships, focus on priorities and deal with constant change. The results are motivated employees, loyal customers and improved profits.
Through organizational coaching, a profound learning experience is created and powerful actions happen. It provides practical access to the hidden power of verbal and nonverbal communication to achieve greater satisfaction. Coaching allows people to see conversation dynamics that many are blind to. This provides greater ability to create an environment that facilitates what you want to accomplish.
Organizational ObserverOver time, an organization or team develops a unique way of observing the world and relationships. Based on this view, people in the organization can see only a limited set of possible actions and may be blind to other ways. As a Newfield Network Coach, Jackie works to shift this "organizational observer."
The "organizational observer" is made up of the views of the individuals participating, the views of the leaders, the historical culture, the values and core beliefs, the prevailing mood, the systems and processes, tools and technology. The purpose is to reveal the "observer" to those in the organization. In this way, true organizational change is possible.
Organizational transformation can't occur without individual transformation.
Coaching Solutions That Meet Your NeedsEvery organization is unique and so Jackie tailors each program to meet your specific needs. Coaching can start as a gradual process by exploring it with a few people. It can be done in person, on the phone and through email. It can be with individuals, small groups or teams on a weekly, biweekly or monthly schedule. Coaching in organizations is a three-way partnership among the coach, the coachees (individual or team) and the sponsor. Many organizations support the total expense and others see value in sharing the cost with the employees. Either way, both the employer and the employee must value coaching for it to have maximum benefit.
One-On-One CoachingOne-on-one coaching of individuals is helpful for many work-related concerns, such as role clarification, performance improvement, obstacles to success, new skill development and dealing with change.
One-On-One Coaching Will Allow You To:
Group and Team CoachingGroup and team coaching can help members get clear on goals, improve ways of working together, and help resolve issues blocking progress.
Group and Team Coaching will:
Consider coaching for your own development and the growth of those who work with you. Please give Jackie a call 715-421-4700 or send her an email to find out more about how coaching can benefit you and others in your organization.
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Let's Get Acquainted!
Would you like to discuss the possibility of creating a coaching relationship? Jackie invites you to contact her to set up a time to talk. This is your opportunity to experience her style and ask questions about the coaching process. You'll experience firsthand how unique a coaching conversation is. Together, you and Jackie will determine what's best for you and if we're a good fit for each other. Sound simple? It is. Jackie's looking forward to hearing from you!