Coaching is one of the fastest-growing, most in-demand leadership skills, and for a very good reason — leaders who support, guide, and empower their teams are more effective at growing potential than leaders who simply delegate. Coaching leaders are also better at engaging others, building strong relationships, and drawing out creativity, making them the most valuable culture shapers in an organization.
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We train leaders and managers to apply coaching skills in their daily roles: to recognize and draw out the brilliance in others using our globally acclaimed Co-Active coaching model.
Co-Active coaching is an exercise in trust, empowerment, and autonomy, where the leader sees the people they lead as naturally creative, resourceful, and whole. This core principle is proven to alter the perspectives and expectations in the manager—direct report relationship, yielding higher performance.
However, Co-Active coaching doesn’t just focus on attaining results; it places a strong emphasis on relationships, which are critical for team and organizational success. It is a model that emphasizes coaching the whole person, not just a job title or challenge, helping leaders and organizations play a positive role in their employees’ lives and long-term wellbeing.
Learn more about our courses for developing coaching skills within organizations:
A broad and hands-on introduction to the core model and competencies of Co-Active coaching, for all aspiring coaches and coaching leaders.
An introduction to Co-Active coaching specifically for business leaders who want to identify ways to apply coaching more effectively in the workplace.