© 2016 Foxwell Consultancy - Developing the potential in people 

    What's in it for the business?

    Every business faces change and challenges.  The way managers and leaders respond, influences the level of success achieved in the business. 

    Supporting the development of managers and staff through coaching maximises the time and energy already spent on recruitment, courses, qualifications and mentoring etc.

    Experience and research has shown that after coaching, an increase is seen in the following areas;

    Self confidence/ self esteem

    Interpersonal skills

    Work performance

    Relationships

    Work / life balance

    You will notice that the benefits for the business are the same as for the individual undertaking coaching.  That is because coaching focuses on the development needs of the individual, which directly impacts on the business.  Engaged, focused staff are the greatest asset in any business.

    Coaching is a means of developing staff in a supported way to enable them to reach their full potential for your business.

    Research has shown that coaching key personnel and managers in the business benefits other team members as well.

    Foxwell consultancy evaluates coaching sessions and provides trend feedback to the business, while operating within the commitment to the individual and boundaries of confidentiality.

    What's in it for the individual ?

    A person that feels in control and supported in their development and potential is a valuable member in any team.

    The personal benefits of coaching is specific to the individual so it is more difficult to define.  However, experience, research and feedback from clients have shown that the most increase and progress is in:

     

    Self confidence/ self esteem

    Interpersonal skills

    Work performance

    Relationships

    Work / life balance

    Progress in the above areas enable an individual to become more confident and comfortable in identifying possible options, making sound decisions and taking appropriate action. Building on the skills and experience they already have and focusing on what might be holding them back.

    Whether newly promoted, changing teams, studying for qualifications, managing a busy and demanding team, or needing to re find their direction.  Coaching will help clear the picture, see the options, challenge the barriers and decide what action to take.

    Supporting the development of staff will directly benefit them and your business.