Asia Pacific Corporate Coach Institute
- Country Singapore
- City Singapore
- Address 3 Raffles Place
Leadership is the Style
Performance Coaching is the Skill™
The Case for Developing a Corporate Coaching Culture
There are four core communication skills underpinning non-directive coaching. When everyone in an organisation uses these to connect, at all levels and in every direction, and there is an established skills embedding and development process in place to ensure sustainability, the organisation can be said to have a coaching culture.
Paybacks / Benefits
ACCI runs a true Leadership Development programme. Based on our Leadership Behaviours™ model, managers will learn coaching skills to support new behaviours and make adjustments to what they spend their time doing.
Key benefits to the individuals and the organisation cover time efficiency, performance levels, reduced stress and enhanced enjoyment of work AND these all translate quickly into measurable dollar results. The benefits of a coaching culture are as follows:
Time Saving for Managers
1- The traditional “manager as expert” spends much time solving the problems their subordinates bring to them and tends to feel stressed and overworked. The manager who coaches spends less time on each interaction with subordinates, these interactions also having a much more productive effect.
2 - Managing persistent under-performance involves repeated conversations with subordinates. All wasted time. Coaching makes performance management a one-time conversation, delivering progress and saving time for the manager and subordinate.
(These two areas combine to provide the most immediate payback. Our clients typically become 30 to 40% more time efficient, allowing them to adjust what they spend their time doing in accordance with our Leadership Behaviours™ model, and become the strategic leader the organisation needs them to be.)
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Our definition of Coaching
Helping you get clarity on where you are NOW, clarity on where you want to be in the FUTURE, then co-creating the plan of how you get from HERE to THERE