Organizations can reap a wealth of benefits from the use of coaching. It can help to increase employee engagement, unlock hidden talent and sources of productivity, and develop people in a wide range of needs. Coaching can also maximize an individual's potential, drive high performance, and improve communication skills. When managers are promoted due to their technical experience, they may have difficulty managing different people and personalities.
Without adequate support, this can lead to low employee engagement, reduced productivity, and increased staff turnover. Coaching can help to address these issues and ensure that employees feel comfortable expressing their ideas. Research has shown that 80% of people who receive coaching report greater confidence in themselves, while more than 70% benefit from better work performance, relationships, and communication skills. Coaching also encourages self-training so that the coach is empowered to manage challenges on their own during training and beyond. In addition to being qualified as an executive coach, Kimberly also has qualifications in cognitive-behavioral training and NLP.
This allows her to provide a comprehensive approach to coaching in organizational and leadership environments. Training is a term that originates from sports, but today there are many different types of training to consider. Coaching is an invaluable tool for organizations looking to unlock their potential. It can help to increase employee engagement, develop people in a wide range of needs, maximize an individual's potential, drive high performance, and improve communication skills. With the right coach, organizations can ensure that their employees feel safe presenting their ideas and have the confidence to manage challenges on their own.