Corporate Coaching in Leadership

Corporate Coaching in Leadership

- A powerful tool to review and enhance business performance

Corporate coaching is increasing in popularity all over the world. As pointed out by a foreign human resources research, over 90% of senior H. R. executives agree that more and more companies will employ corporate coaching to assist management to reflect and enhance business. In fact, corporate coaching is widespread adopted in different industries. Companies can develop management's corporate coaching skills to review management styles, decision mindset, ways to receive others; and to strengthen areas which need improvement.

Objectives of Corporate Coaching in Leadership:

  • Enhance self awareness and understanding of importance of management's need in performance review

  • Understand principles and learning processes in corporate coaching, blind spots in management, for making out proper strategies to address problems related

  • Strengthen use of conversation and questioning skills to increase points of views on thoughts and eliminate conflicts

  • Identify problems and needs of individuals and teams, developing synergy, corporate culture with positive management mindset and style

  • Foster positive corporate coaching culture, and management's positive attitude towards review and resolution of performance problems

  • Establish win-win mode by corporate coaching methods and techniques, to develop business

Sample Outlines of Corporate Coaching in Leadership:

  1. Personal Goal Setting

    • Goal setting is a powerful process for personal planning.

    • The process of setting goals helps you choose where you want to go in life. By knowing precisely what you want to achieve, you know where you have to concentrate your efforts. You'll also quickly spot the distractions that would otherwise lure you from your course.

    • More than this, properly-set goals can be incredibly motivating, and as you get into the habit of setting and achieving goals, you'll find that your self confidence builds fast.

    • A person's goals are established by two things namely core value and guiding principles.

    • Our core value is the very heart of our thinking that warrants our behaviors. This is the inner most thought we hold very dearly to ourselves. There are certain things that even if we are threatened we will not do. But there are also things that no matter how tough it is we will see to its completion. This value formed our identity.

    • Our guiding principles are the set of rules we adopt for ourselves to follow. Like core value our principles are not easily turn away by persuasion. We formed up our own principles by the type of person we want to be and this in turn formed our belief.

  2. Who am I?

    • Belief: Reality is the product of consciousness, it should be clear that a person's beliefs are very important because those beliefs define the limits of their experience in his life. Most humans currently live their lives in this world around the belief systems of others, be that of their parents', peers', mentors' or society's and because of this they unknowingly give up their ability and responsibility to define their reality and have control over their lives. With this in mind, it is very important that each individual comes to his/her own conclusions about all matters in general rather than blindly embracing the views of others.

    • Identity: Some people perceive the world with the information they receive from what they see from their eyes. When a someone wears an expensive watch or drives a luxury car, we associate them as being "rich". We focused what they are "having" and what they are "doing". So if we want to be labeled as "rich", we need to have expensive watch or luxury car. We coach individuals to first discover on the "being" state. Discovering by themselves the individual seeks to cultivate the type of person the want to be.

    • By living in the "being" state, the individual will take up certain actions and adopt certain belief. By focusing on the "being" state, the individual will then eventually start to be "having" and "doing" the things they want.

  3. G.L.A.M. System

    • The G.L.A.M. system is a cycle. It focuses on individual's goal and with a systematic procedures, it ensures that the goal becomes a reality. By reinforcing our inner abilities, it aims at coaching one not only to accomplish one's goal but to do it effectively and easily.

    • It has a 5 step-by-step procedures that enables an individual to do self checks within himself and also discover that not only is his goal achievable it is also within reach.

    • This coaching program brings you focused on personal coaching from our experienced and highly-qualified coaches - showing you how to be the best you can be. Our coaches fuse their own training and experience with the carefully-researched skills offered by Depot Hall Business School, motivating you to break through barriers to success and live the life you really want.

  4. G. L. A. M. System - Gap

    • We help you to discover what is important for you and what you want to achieve with your life, helping you crystallize precisely defined and prioritized goals.

    • Our coaches will examine and clarify your needs, values and beliefs and develop the goals that help you grow - personally and professionally.

    • You will then embark on a process that helps you get from where you are today, to where you want to be in the future

  5. G. L. A. M. System - Lightpost

    • Some call it checkpoints, some call it intervals; the story came from a Japanese marathon runner who run for the lightposts that are 1km apart; some also call it short term goals or small tasks.

    • It actually is the intervals that make up the long term (or intermediate) goals; stands alone by itself does not reflect the real meaning nor its real value when compare with linking all the miles that all the lightposts add up.

    • And as you go, our coach will help you overcome the hurdles you meet along the way in a fair, mature and balanced way. He or she works with you to monitor and support your progress towards your goals. By helping you understand, analyze and identify solutions to the problems you encounter, our coach helps to expedite you on your path to success and fulfillment.

  6. G. L. A. M. System - Action

    • When the right direction is being pointed out, massive action must put into action; those who succeed accomplished their goals needs a lot of LUCK. Here it means LABOR UNDER CORRECT KNOWLEDGE or L.U.C.K.

    • If certain knowledge, skills, know-how, set of competence etc. yet being acquired, an sub-action plan needs to put in place; such as one's Individual Development Program or IDP.

    • The purpose of the action plan is to accomplish all the tasks that lies between the lightposts; by accomplishing all the tasks along the checkpoints will one closes all the gaps that separate where one is now and where one wants to become.

  7. G. L. A. M. System - Measurement

    • We help the individual measure up against the Lightposts after each interval. This is a partnership that helps you learn, grow and produce fulfilling results in your personal and professional life.

    • The success you achieve, and the positive reinforcement you receive, will increase your self-confidence and develop your ability to move forward in the areas of your life where you want change. In summary, our coach will work with you to create the ideal environment for positive action.

  8. Five Coaching Steps

    • Goal setting: We assist the individual to establish his goal such as outcomes one wants to achieve at the end of the day and work to be completed on the day

    • Listen non-judgmentally: We ask powerful questions to further explore other possibilities that the candidate may have. We also draw out consequences and share personal experiences with them.

    • Set parameters to guide action: In this step we guide the candidate toward the development of an action plan. We focus on the desired outcome, divide into "byte size" chunks and set target dates for completion.

    • Clarify actions needed to clear barriers: We support by ensuring cooperation. We ask questions to explore resource needs.

    • Establish accountability: We will ask the individual to review the meeting, gain commitment to take action and re-emphasize his support and what he will do.

  9. Four Coaching Skills

    • Contextual Listening: It is a method to listen beyond words. We listen for clues and ask questions to draw out the context of the conversation. In order to prevent any loss of content we repeat what have been said to verify our understanding.

    • Discovery Questioning: A systematic process of asking sharply focused questions. We help individuals to discover for themselves. We ask questions to promote self-discovery, listen for contextual clues and make questions relevant to move the inquiry forward.

    • Messaging: We converting what we want to say to a language that is succinct, neutral and timely. We share the candidate thoughts in a way that opens the possibility for a shift to occur. We a concise question or statement using neutral language with a message free of personal agenda. The main intention is to move the coachee forward.

    • Acknowledging & Celebrating: To create an environment of being valued. We focused feedback to acknowledge, celebrate or endorse positive contributions learning and behaviors. We pinpoint specific contributions, learning and behaviors to identify the personal attributes or strengths displayed.

Remarks: Program objectives and outlines are for reference only; programs would be tailor-made with clients' specific requirements.