Thursday, October 19, 2017

It is estimated that UK organisations spend between £150m and £250m per annum on coaching. Astonishingly, most of these organisations fail to ask the coachee much more than if the session was useful, whilst at the same time asking for, and indeed accepting, assurances from coaching professionals that coaching works. Unless this situation changes, in the long run, coaching runs the risk of becoming labeled and marginalised as yet another management fad.

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Why coaching?

Training as a means of learning and development has its place. But sometimes the learning and development that is required has to come from the individual themselves and not someone else.

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Why us?

We are Management Coaches and not Management Consultants. This means that we are expert at understanding humans in business, whilst leaving those humans to be the experts in the business itself.

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